Earlier this month, a video titled “LEAKED GAY TACO BELL COMMERCIAL” appeared on YouTube. It depicts two guys consuming Taco Bell, playing skee ball, riding a Ferris Wheel, cuddling on a picnic blanket, unearthing buried treasure (?), getting married, and riding a jet-ski and a motorcycle together. And Taco Bell won’t say whether it’s real.
The spot appears to be professionally produced, and carries the accoutrements of any other Taco Bell commercial. But a look through the TVEyes tracking service suggests it hasn’t yet aired in the United States. Emails sent to Taco Bell’s press office requesting verification went unreturned.
Any clue what’s going on? Have you seen this spot air? Drop us a line.
Update (12/27/14): A spokesman for Taco Bell says the company did not create the commercial—but likes it a lot.
We didn’t create this ad, but we can see the people who did share the same Live Mas passion for our brand—and our breakfast—as we do. Although we cannot condone unauthorized use of our intellectual property, we are impressed with their work and would be open to meeting with them.