Now-Tragically-Ironic Oscar Pistorius "Bullet" Nike Ad Campaign Removed From His Website

In the wake of being charged with murder, Olympic hero Oscar Pistorius’ Nike ads suddenly look different.

1. This unfortunate Nike advertisement has been removed from Oscar Pistorius’ website in the wake of the shooting death of a woman believed to be his girlfriend.

Screenshot via The Mirror

Pistorius has been charged with murder and has a hearing this afternoon.

2. This other ad, still on his website, refers to his body as his “weapon.”

Here is the ad on Oscar Pistorius’ website.

According to South African website Business Day, here is Nike South Africa’s comment: “This is a very unfortunate story and it is still under investigation. We’ll not make any decision until we hear from Oscar or his agent.”

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