I AM OUTRAGE. I bought this black boy doll with straight hair. His hair puzzled me, but I bought him anyway. When my grandchild played with the doll, I noticed the doll's pants had fallen below his butt, exposing his underwear. I tried to pull them up and in utter disbelief; I realized the pants were made that way, to mock young black boys. And of course the doll was packaged with his pants neatly on his waist. The doll is described in advertisement as Caucasian with brunette hair. And in his pictures it’s easily noticed that his complexion looks lighter. On my receipt is AFAM BOY. I’ve returned the doll but took pictures before doing so. I want to sue the manufacturer and/or the store. The packaging and advertisement were very misleading. What I bought was a racial derogatory product.
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