Whew! Social Media Reacts After Miami Beach Releases Viral Commercial Aimed To Deter Spring Breakers (WATCH)

Whew! Social Media Reacts After Miami Beach Releases Viral Commercial Aimed To Deter Spring Breakers (WATCH)

Social media users are sharing their reactions after the city of Miami Beach released a commercial aimed specifically at spring breakers.

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More Details Regarding The Commercial Released By Miami Beach

According to NBC News, Miami Beach released the ad campaign on Friday, March 1. In the clip, multiple individuals speak directly to the camera in what initially appears to be a conversation about a breakup.

“Hey, we need to talk,” the commercial begins. “This just isn’t working anymore. And it’s not us, it’s you. We just want different things.”

The individuals go on to share their ideas of a “good time.” These include relaxing on the beach, going to the spa, and restaurant hopping.

“But you just want to get drunk in public and ignore laws,” the commercial continues. “Do you even remember what happened last March?”

The ad then cuts to news coverage from Miami Beach’s spring break in 2023. News headlines pertaining to shootings, liquor store cutoffs, and emergency declarations flash across the screen.

“That was our breaking point, so we’re breaking up with you,” the commercial continues. “And don’t try to apologize and come crawling back. This isn’t safe. So, we’re done.”

To make sure the message hit home, the ad then goes on to list the various restrictions that will be put in place to ensure safety in Miami Beach during this year’s spring break.

Check out the commercial below.

According to the outlet, 2024 spring break restrictions will take effect every Thursday to Sunday during the month of March.

Social Media Reacts

Social media users entered The Shade Room’s comment section to share their reactions to the commercial.

Instagram user @lvrdcassius wrote,Yall so ghetto a whole city broke up with yall 😂”

While Instagram user @kingbrenton added.And don’t come to Atlanta either. We don’t have a beach.”

Instagram user @karenmariaalston wrote, Definitely don’t come to DC, we good here and working on our highest self.”

While Instagram user @amandasaidso_ added, Imagine a city in FLORIDA saying you do too much 😂”

Instagram user @friskmegood wrote,$100 parking is enough to deter me from anything lmaooo”

While Instagram user @kemoy_martin added, Miami is the first destination in history to create an ad to keep people out 😂”

Instagram user @shoppingbagshanna wrote, Wow this is embarrassing for GEN Z. Us millennials never got no damn message like this 😂”

Over on X, formerly known as Twitter, some users are sharing that they believe this year’s spring break restrictions in Miami Beach will be ineffective.

the way this think this going to do anything is cute LMAOO

— 𝖆𝖑𝖊𝖈 🫧 (@stvmbles) March 3, 2024

they’re literally asking for trouble with this ad, people will come in droves just to prove a point 😂

— «lex&gigs» (@lexjeanne) March 3, 2024

Here’s What Happened Last Spring Break In Miami

According to NBC News, the city’s commercial arrives a year after Miami Beach issued a state of emergency following two fatal spring break shootings.

A March 2023 report from the outlet adds that in the first incident, two men were found with gunshot wounds. Furthermore, one succumbed to their injuries. In the second incident, another man was killed while a suspect was taken into custody.

In addition to the deadly shootings, 2023 also marked the third year that Miami Beach issued a state of emergency due to “unruly crowds” participating in “dangerous and illegal conduct,” per NBC News.

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