Coke ends partnership with Jensen and the Flips

Coke ends partnership with Jensen and the Flips

In a statement made this afternoon by Coca-Cola Philippines, the company revealed that they have decided to end their partnership with Jensen and the Flips. The band was featured in the most recent season of Coke Studio PH which aired earlier this year. 

Coca-Cola stated that they stand firm in their commitment of cultivating an environment that respects women, in the way they do their business and campaigns. 

Read the company's full statement here:

Earlier this week, the band was dropped from The Rest Is Noise Year End, due to allegations of sexual misconduct. The band has responded to the allegations with an official statement. Read it here.

Grrrl Gang Manila - a community supporting women's rights and issues,led by graphic designer and Momhood columnist Marla Darwin, feminist zine writer Claire Villacorta, writer (and amazing baker) Earnest Zabala, and fashion designer/milliner/musician Mich Dulce - is campaigning for the Safe Streets and Public Spaces anti-harassment law. As musician Mariah Reodica puts it, hosting gigs goes beyond line-up curation, it's about "creating a safe and inclusive space for the audience especially diversity - gender identity, sexuality, socioeconomic standing, etc."
Women and LGBTIQ who would like to share their stories and experiences, to show the government why this policy should be implemented, may contact Grrrl Gang Manila here.