In May 2021, a tweet began circulating around the internet showing a picture of the inside of a Snapple drink lid, with a fact about Donald Trump.
People have been liking and retweeting the photograph, but many internet users have been questioning the legitimacy of the picture, with some claiming that it is photoshopped.
Snapple is known for the facts featured on their bottles and website. The Snapple website describes their facts: “They’re real. They’re fun. They’re really fun facts.”
To receive Snapple facts regularly, you can text “realfact” to 762-775 for a new fact each day.
Is there a Snapple fact which says that Donald Trump lost?
In May 2021, a photograph of the inside of a Snapple lid went viral. The fact inside it read: “Trump lost and the election was not stolen.”
According to Fact Checker site Snopes, a look through the online Snapple real facts database did not return any results matching the viral image.
Furthermore, many people were quick to point out that the fact looked photoshopped, as the font of the fact does not match the font of the other words on the lid.
Therefore, we cannot confirm that the picture is a real Snapple fact.
Regarding their facts, the Snapple website explains:
“Sometimes new information may be discovered that disproves one of our Real Facts, or a Real Fact may become outdated over time. When this happens, the only responsible thing to do is to retire that fact.”
The Snapple website states that the facts on their bottles are real. It reads:
“We call them Real Facts because they are just that: real facts. We check the validity of our Real Facts before we put them into circulation – but if you find a fact that may be inaccurate, please let us know. We will have our fact-checking team look into any discrepancies.”
Twitter reacts to Snapple Facts Donald Trump lid
On May 10th, a Twitter user shared a picture of the Snapple lid, and captioned it: “Even Snapple is tired of the bulls**t.”
The tweet received 10 thousand retweets and over 73 thousand likes.
One user retweeted the image, and stated: “And this is another good reason I drink Snapple.”
Another user wrote: “Haven’t had a Snapple in years. Going to the store to stock up on my lunch.”
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