Flo Milli starred in a Beats by Dre commercial in November in support of their Flex That holiday campaign, but she found herself a trending Twitter topic on Monday (January 4) when fans made the ad go viral.

Many were stunned to see Milli dancing to her 2020 Snoop Dogg-interpolating “May I” single in front of a confederate statue in Alabama, while others couldn’t grasp how the headphone giant green-lit the commercial in the first place.

As public relations director Ahmad Davis wrote tweeted, “I just want to know how many people sat at a table and decided that Flo Milli x Beats By Dre commercial was a good idea.”

Another user added, “Listen I love Flo Milli, but they set her up with this one. Why tf would she randomly break out dancing in front of a confederate statue and what does ‘flex that clap back’ mean?”

The 20-year-old was featured in the Flex That campaign for Beats by Dre alongside Cordae and tennis phenom Naomi Osaka, which aimed to promote racial equality. According to a press release promoting the Beats Flex headphones, the company selected “influential Black, Gen Z talent, who continue to take a stand against racial inequality while inspiring youth around the world to bravely challenge norms, push boundaries and celebrate their identities.”

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Find more fan reactions to Flo Milli’s Beats by Dre commercial below.