You Can't Stop Us | Nike

  • Published on 15 days ago

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    You can't stop Megan Rapinoe, Serena Williams, or Lebron James.
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    Because as athletes*, we are never alone. Sport unites us. Strengthens us. Keeps us pushing ahead. No matter what, we will always come back stronger, together.
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The phase in the funeral
The phase in the funeral

All Buslims right now: We are gonna bring you down.. lol Guys comment on real issues like the case of Uiyghur Muslims in china. The transition was cool. No women can play sports in that black cloth. Headscarf is okay though.

3 minutes ago
GRAVISPORTS Marble Runs
GRAVISPORTS Marble Runs

To all muslim-moaners in the comments: Are you guys all triggered and thin-skinned conspiracists willing to interpret things always in a way to read something insulting and discriminating between the lines or are you just slow thinking? The concept of the commercial is based on the idea that no one can stop people giving their best to reach ambitions by working harder no matter what people say (physically handicapped women in wheelchair - "doubted") , what amputation they have (women with one leg - "held back"), how they look like (corpulent guy - "not taken siriously") or religion they belong to (muslim woman - "don't fit the sport"). They all get bad influence by things people bring to them from outside. Things and words which could hold them back. Nonetheless they go on, improve and get stronger ("play as one", "go farther", "proof them wrong", "change the sport") Espacially in the case you guys are all complaining about from perspective of the muslim woman: Everybody says we don't fit in this world of sports because we look different on grounds of our faith/religion. They don't want us, they don't like us, they don't need us. Everything we will reach in sports will get back to the point that we are different because we're wearing a Hijab. Next to their silly prejudices that's what people always got on their mind when they see us instead of appreciating our achievements. That's what people think, that's was society thinks, thats what the world of sport thinks about us. but We are more than this. We are actually so strong that we are able to change people's ("sports") direction if we are strong enough to show the world what makes us. We're able to make sports to something it should be. Something that doesn't care about how you look like, where you're from, which faith you got or sexuality you are. We can do this like a woman in a wheelchair is able to play basketball, a one-leg-woman can do flickflacks or a fat guy can reach his dreams in sports. THIS is the massages the commercial wants to place. Do you really think Nike is silly enough to offend and insult muslims hard enough to risk a big loss at one of their key markets or being polically instrumentalized obvious as hell? Everything is so well planned by them and they are nothing less than marketing magicians: The real massage is great and the misunderstanding by so many poeple brings attention that soaks up 10x the loss of the few people who want to set a statement never buying anything again and die in their silliness someday. Sorry for the bad English in some lines and thanks for reading all the way down :)

20 minutes ago
Trollforlif3
Trollforlif3

Muslim And proud Never change or trade anything for my religion🦶🏾

20 minutes ago
Alex Hamer
Alex Hamer

My god, so much misunderstanding in this comments section its not even funny. It's not saying turn Muslim women into LGBT. It's not trying to change Islam. It is about changing social attitudes towards what is acceptable in sport. There have been controversies about whether or not Muslim women, for example, should be allowed to wear traditional dress such as a hijab when it is not the traditional sporting attire. Of course, they should be able to. They shouldn't have to compromise on their religious principles just to play sport. LGBT have also experienced discrimination in regards to playing sport, hence why they are put together. Make the sport accept you, not the other way around. THAT is what the ad is saying. Literally the opposite of how a huge number of people seem to be interpreting.

2 hours ago
Joobitbomin
Joobitbomin

Muslim values does not support lgbtq because God (Allah) forbid it. Remember, we are not anti-lgbtq or hate the community, we just don't support them. Also, you should've use religion based clips for the transition. I mean, is it hard to insert a pastor or a nun riding a skateboard after the muslim clip? It makes more sense than combining muslim woman with Lgbtq. This is disrespectful. This is mocking our belief & God's will. I don't want my future kids watching this and thought that muslim support the Lgbtq community.

3 hours ago
Thanks Thanks
Thanks Thanks

China: how many slaves do you want Nike: YES https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/03/17/your-favorite-nikes-might-be-made-forced-labor-heres-why/

3 hours ago
hamza
hamza

I'm never buying @Nike again . لن أشتري nike مجددا

4 hours ago
sehhi vooty
sehhi vooty

Bangladesh already starting movement boycott nike 👍

2 hours ago
Roronoa Zoro
Roronoa Zoro

Nah im sticking to adidas now

6 hours ago
sehhi vooty
sehhi vooty

Thank you so much nike, i'm never buying your products ever again

2 hours ago
50 subs with No video
50 subs with No video

NIKE IAM DISSPOINTED AS MUSLIM ME-ALL MUSLIM LIKE SO WE CAN REACH THE NIKE COMPANY

6 hours ago
Es gibt keine Zufälle
Es gibt keine Zufälle

Shame on you Nike ! Islam lives (rest in peace Nike).

7 hours ago
Klesk Quake
Klesk Quake

Camp david cape Canaveral Tokio.. qui chiedono d nn far casino cn te.. lol M spiace per i denti ma sn sicuro sto lavoro lo conosci.. cordiali saluti..

8 hours ago
DenalPvP
DenalPvP

0:29-0:32 cringe and disrespectful 0:50-0:58 cringe

8 hours ago
Nick Muller
Nick Muller

This is an awesome message and fantastic execution WOO HOO Nike and the Folks below who are fantastic! W+K PORTLAND Executive Creative Directors Jason Bagley, Eric Baldwin Creative Directors Alberto Ponte, Ryan O'Rourke Copywriter Dylan Lee Art Director Naoki Ga Director of Production Matt Hunnicutt Executive Producers Jake Grand, Krystle Mortimore Senior Producers Katie McCain, Byron T. Oshiro Associate Producers Samson Selam, Shani Storey Global Brand Director André Gustavo Brand Director Kate Rutkowski Brand Manager Paanii Annan Creative Operations Managers Saba Spencer, David Ramirez Global Group Strategy Director Andy Lindblade, Paula Bloodworth Media Team Danny Sheniak, Reme Debisschop, Emily Dalton, Vivian Zhang, Graham Wallace, Claudia Iraheta Brand Strategy Directors Nathan Goldberg, AJ Blumenthal Business Affairs Karen Crossley, Edith Ortiz, Emily Kahn Broadcast Traffic Sabrina Reddy, Billy Mucha Design Ops Manager/Design Producer Alicia Kuna, Michael Rosenau, Michael Frediani Studio Designers Joan Comellas, Jamon Sin, Mitch Wilson PRODUCTION COMPANY Production Company Pulse Films Director Oscar Hudson DP Logan Triplett Executive Producers Darren Foldes, Davud Karbassioun Managing Director Hillary Rogers Line Producer Dennis Beier Production Designer Adam Wilson Key Costumer Chris Araujo EDITORIAL Company JOINT Editor Peter Wiedensmith, Jessica Baclesse Cutting Assistant Jasmine McCullough, JC Nuñez Assistant Editor Charlie Harrington, Kris Faris, Luke Buckley After Effects Ben Corbin, Damian Riddell Footage Researcher Izzie Raitt Post Executive Producer Leslie Carthy Post Producer Kathleen Russell Post Production Coordinator Aubree VanDercar VFX Company A52 VFX Supervisor Patrick Murphy Lead Flame Patrick Murphy 2D VFX Artists Urs Furrer, Stefan Gaillot, Matt Sousa, Steve Wolff, Hugh Seville, Richard Hirst, Adam Flynn, Michael Vaglienty, Enid Dalkoff, Kevin Stokes, Dan Ellis, Chris Riley, Rod Basham, Shauna Prescott, Susanne Scharping CG Supervisor Andy Wilkoff CG Modeler Dustin Mellum 3D Trackers Joe Chiechi, Michael Cardenas, Mike Bettinardi Online Editor Kevin Stokes, Chris Riley, Sam Kolber Managing Director Jennifer Sofio Hall VFX Executive Producers Patrick Nugent, Kim Christensen VFX Producer Everett Cross, Andrew Rosenberger, and Jillian Lynes COLOR Color Company A52 Colorist Daniel De Vue Color Assists Corey Martinez, Dylan Bursick Color Executive Producer Thatcher Peterson Color Producer Jenny Bright MUSIC Artists Cowboys in Japan Song Daylight SOUND DESIGN Sound Design Company JOINT Sound Designer Noah Woodburn Audio Assistant Natalie Huizenga Executive Producer Leslie Carthy MIX Mix Company JOINT Audio Mixer Noah Woodburn Audio Assist Natalie Huizenga Executive Producer Leslie Carthy

8 hours ago
AHMED umer
AHMED umer

ohh you'll change the sport. nike sucks. boycott nike

8 hours ago
bodevi savino
bodevi savino

The next line said "we'll change the sport" meaning ( woman in niqab will be able to play) I believe NIKE was trying to say that, but people got the wrong idea.

8 hours ago
Lol Lol
Lol Lol

Nike: you can’t stop us Muslims: are you sure about that Btw come on Nike what your problem with Muslims you made two vids insulting Muslims if not more which I haven’t found the other one (which I did find is this) https://youtu.be/F-UO9vMS7AI

9 hours ago
Deen over Dunya
Deen over Dunya

Justice for uyghurs ☪️❤️

9 hours ago
Zubayr Omar
Zubayr Omar

im never buying nike ever again

9 hours ago
nikehx
nikehx

Große Video Kunst 🤩. Mega gemacht

10 hours ago
Temidun Owolabi
Temidun Owolabi

When they say people don’t fit the sport - they’re talking about a societal perspective for the people who don’t understand

10 hours ago
Temidun Owolabi
Temidun Owolabi

underwriter93 because niqabi women and Islam in itself is the most disrespected religion - for no good reason at all - Nike is saying if people say that a niqabi woman doesn’t fit the sport like that controversial volleyball Match - THEN SHE SHOULD CHANGE THE SPORT BECAUSE SHE IS WORTH IT AND SHOULDNT BE DISRESPECTED. I yield my time

10 hours ago
underwriter93
underwriter93

Why using niqabi woman then?? Why not jewish woman? Or christian woman?or budist woman?? You want me list entire religion?? .. explain why niqabi woman??

10 hours ago
Zaki Love Kristina
Zaki Love Kristina

I will never buy Nike again ... الله أكبر

11 hours ago
S.H tv
S.H tv

0:28 So a muslim niqabi woman turns into an LGBT supporter?? is THAT your definition of freedom??

11 hours ago
Taima Rishi
Taima Rishi

Thank you so much nike, i'm never buying your products ever again

11 hours ago
MoHsin Reza Official
MoHsin Reza Official

Bangladesh already starting movement boycott nike 👍

11 hours ago
Saeeda iTunes
Saeeda iTunes

Report the add so that it’s removed

11 hours ago
The Yasovskii
The Yasovskii

U can be diffrent or I can be freak. xd But we are in the same world right? So just live in peace. I really loved nike. I don't think they r trying to abuse muslims. It's a religion. Thank you for sharing the same world with me. There is always a space for you. (: Sorry for bad English... Whatever. Love you.

12 hours ago
TheAHMguy
TheAHMguy

Today Nike lost it's trust. Dear Nike, you were for everyone and every religion (every single person) supported you, until when you try to make a joke for a religion turning into LGBT that Muslims goes against. Were you not having a random normal woman to be repaced instead choosing a religious wearing cloth girl? I still respect you, and will still pray for you to be lead to a better path. But I quite Nike. Our message:"At least please respect us in return".

12 hours ago
Juls
Juls

0:28 Jesus wtf is that a ghost on a skateboard?? 😫😨😱 Oh wait no, just a woman living under the most oppressing religion/system in the world for women: Islam

12 hours ago
Juls
Juls

Deen over Dunya oh come on, everyone in the damn world knows about the situation of women in Saudi Arabia, what are you trying to say with that about women sunbathing there, pretend that is a happy free and progressive country that cares so much about human rights and gender equality that women even sunbathe there or something? And stop liking your own comments, it’s pathetic HAHAHAHA 😂😂😂

9 hours ago
Deen over Dunya
Deen over Dunya

Juls Acc I’m a Muslim women in Saudi Arabia without a hijab sunbathing rn 🤭 what you got to say about u that uneducated person There no point arguing with the ignorant😤

9 hours ago
Juls
Juls

Deen over Dunya no one forces a nun to become a nun, I think there’s no need to explain what would happen to a muslim woman if she decides to choose freely about her life and do what ever the hell she wants with her life

9 hours ago
Deen over Dunya
Deen over Dunya

How are we oppressed Nuns can devote themselves to god but Muslim women can’t 😤

9 hours ago
Hibar Gafur
Hibar Gafur

May Allah SWT gives you His guidance.

13 hours ago
AsAsinoMANIK
AsAsinoMANIK

I read the comments and realized: I first thought they meant on 0:29 that Women should be liberated or something like that". But it's actually a propaganda as comments says. As a non- muslim what I saw in news ,etc. that women is suppressed in countries like Saudi Arabia, they can't go out alone, they can't do much makeup or dress modern wear, or it's hard for them to do a Job or business, Policies allows them to marry after only after 7 years of age, they are not allowed to chose their husband, they are under restriction of their husbands, etc. I hope it was false

13 hours ago
MaarijGaming YT
MaarijGaming YT

Also, brothers when they say "If we don't fit the sport we'll change it" it means directly that Muslim's "don't fit the sport" and the LGBT community does nikey just why why hate us 😤😤😡😡😠😠

13 hours ago
MaarijGaming YT
MaarijGaming YT

Like think and research before making videos hope you guys learn because you just lost the whole Muslim community 😑😑😑🧐🧐🧐😠😠😡😡😤😤

13 hours ago
MaarijGaming YT
MaarijGaming YT

Just stop Nike ok? I was about to buy ur products now you can lose over 1.5billion customers enjoy

13 hours ago
wow za
wow za

Nike: Just Boycott it.

14 hours ago
_ismhael
_ismhael

☪️☪️☪️☪️☪️☪️☪️

14 hours ago
MasterChief
MasterChief

Nike's marketing department is a shambles if this is their best attempt to get Arabs to buy their products! By employing false, offensive stereotypes that are typically perpetuated by hate groups against Muslims, they have made it impossible for any Muslim to feel comfortable buying any of their products, and this campaign is almost completely polarised with the positive ad campaigns that were run in support of the black lives matter movement. Shame on you, Nike! I hope you will take steps to correct your insensitivities and failures in understanding your target audience.

15 hours ago
AHD Destiny
AHD Destiny

They’re targeting their stupid agenda at us younger impressionable Muslims, and sadly some of us are being influenced what these people will never realise is that Islam can’t be stopped and it will never change, we are the fastest growing religion on the planet, and we won’t change our values to fit the west’s liberal ideas of “freedom”.

16 hours ago
journalsfromdavid
journalsfromdavid

So I’m the only person wowed by the editing??

18 hours ago
amin
amin

All Nike is saying with this ad, is "You can't stop us... from using Uyghur slave labor" "You can't stop us... from disrespecting Islam"

18 hours ago
amin
amin

1. Stop being hypocrites and stop using illegal Uyghur slave labor 2. Don't use any aspect of Islam/Muslims to perpetuate this corporate agenda

18 hours ago
Ali Khawari
Ali Khawari

I love you so much Nike team 😍😘😘♥️♥️

19 hours ago
Deen over Dunya
Deen over Dunya

They are also showing a niqabi Changing into women holding a lgbtq flag Saying if we don’t fit the sport we will change the sport And you have a Muslim name Learn about the people who are deceiving you 😑

9 hours ago
Deen over Dunya
Deen over Dunya

Why would you say that they are forcing uyghur Muslims into making their equipment

9 hours ago
John Miguel
John Miguel

smh why volleyball isn't here It's a popular sport

20 hours ago
afe faisal
afe faisal

Im a muslim and im never buying another nike product after this video

20 hours ago
Latischa Adeela Andriaz
Latischa Adeela Andriaz

Man, what was that niqabi transition all about? You failed me. You really did something wrong. It might be about "we want muslims to exept homosexuality" but dont do it like THAT. I respect them, but not support them. But seriously, you put it in the wrong transition. You failed the muslims. You cant do that. Thats disrespectfull to muslims. Especially me, a girl who wears a niqab. Its the same as a transition of a homosexual, to a heterosexual. THATS DISRESPECTFULL. Im not gonna buy your products anymore, YOU ARE DISGAUSTING

20 hours ago
Giulio Belsito
Giulio Belsito

Pathetic

21 hour ago
Ishtiaque Khan
Ishtiaque Khan

Hahahaha... "If we don't fit the sport we'll change the sport"... You just lost in your own game! Down with Atheism!

22 hours ago
Muhammad Abdurrahman
Muhammad Abdurrahman

as a muslim, this video hurting me so much!

Day ago
Gibran
Gibran

#BOYCOTTNIKE

Day ago
Sam Lu
Sam Lu

Nasty

Day ago
sehhi vooty
sehhi vooty

Wtf

22 hours ago
Erva
Erva

Humanity Above Religion

Day ago
sehhi vooty
sehhi vooty

just here to do an assignment for school don't mind me.

22 hours ago
Jessie - Opportunity Cost Investing
Jessie - Opportunity Cost Investing

Someone get @CorridorCrew on this stat!

Day ago
ameen 30
ameen 30

I’m gonna buy nike this is so nice

Day ago
Darlene Massey
Darlene Massey

Wow everyone. I thought this was an uplifting video. I was glad to see a Muslim woman included. I may just not understand.

Day ago
Anjum Akmal
Anjum Akmal

#Boycottnike. NIKE. you insult Muslim WOMEN AND DEMEAN ISLAMIC VALUES.

Day ago
Anjum Akmal
Anjum Akmal

Our values and religion is greater than your worthless footwear. You are going down, Nike. Your end is near.

Day ago
Haris
Haris

yes

23 hours ago
BVB GAMING
BVB GAMING

All you tht dislike this vid man go addidas Thts wht ima do

Day ago
Sultan Nadhar
Sultan Nadhar

Thank you for being a part of the change, this world need it :)

Day ago
KingHerm1t
KingHerm1t

Never buying from Nike again. Trash

Day ago
Abu Mogira
Abu Mogira

Nike became allergenic to niqab? Why always target muslims to give these kind of examples, aye?

Day ago
TiNiN
TiNiN

Great beautifully executed ad. Not sure why certain people think it attacks Islam... what Nike is saying is "if the world is unable to accept a woman in full veil or any other person who dares to be different, then it is time to change the rules of the game so that she is accepted, and all other differences are". This has NOTHING to do with religion and more with the athlete's personal choice to be whoever they want to be, wear whatever they want, and stand for any values of equality they believe in. Don't fall for the division.

Day ago
TiNiN
TiNiN

@Gacha Blue Boi so the transition to the pride flag is what bothers you? Both the niqabi woman and the person holding the pride flag are fighting for their right to be recognized in sports. Doesn't mean one "transforms" into the other. This spot in NOT about religion. Live and let live my friend!

Day ago
Gacha Blue Boi
Gacha Blue Boi

Actually, the thing is. That "stuff" is prohibited in Islam. Why not show Nuns, Sikhs etc. ? Just the Niqabi woman? C'mon. I had no problem if she would be doing sports or whatever. But just transitioning her to a man holding pride Flag!? It just wrong.

Day ago

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