A recent video shared by users on Twitter makes the already disturbing Balenciaga scandal even more unsettling.
The video making the rounds around the web shows a witch being burned alive on the hit tv show American Horror Story.
As the witch is being burned at the stake she screams out “BALENCIAGA”.
This is a scene from ‘American Horror Story’ where the last words of one of the witches before being burned alive at the stake are none other than “Balenciaga!” 😳 pic.twitter.com/SC8wQ04eOk
— .. (@Xx17965797N) December 2, 2022
The scene from American Horror Story was filmed back in 2017, years before satanic imagery within Balenciaga ad campaigns were exposed.
Here is the online explanation at the time.
On the season finale of American Horror Story: Coven, Myrtle Snow (Francis Conroy) walked into the desert in a flowing floor-length crimson dress, presented herself at the stake, and cried out “Balenciaga!” before going up in flames.
We know why Myrtle’s last word was Balenciaga, but was the dress she was wearing when she met her demise from the French fashion label?
We asked AHS costume designer Lou Eyrich to tell us what Myrtle wore — and why it wasn’t Balenciaga — and the significance of her final frock. Read on for the answers.
“The dress is from Carolina Herrera. Our key costumer found it online,” Eyrich explained. “Ryan Murphy wanted Myrtle to go out in style and asked that she be in a red gown. We wanted a dramatic dress that would really stand out in the quarry.”
So why weren’t Myrtle’s last words “Carolina Herreraaaaaaaa!” since that’s what she was wearing?
“In my opinion, the dress Myrtle was wearing and the fact that she yelled ‘Balenciaga!’ were never meant to be related,” Eyrich said. “[Her last word] was just her tribute to all things couture.”
Balenciaga in their controversial child BDSM bear photo shoot also just happened to use yellow caution tape to spell their brand Baalenciaga.
You know how Balenciaga had warning tape in one of their ads spelling their name BAALENCIAGA? A friend just pointed out that if you separate those words in Latin to Baal enci aga then it translates to Baal is the king. Baal is a demon. Pure evil. pic.twitter.com/nq2RpyIDNM
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) December 1, 2022
Screenrant claims producer Ryan Murphy made the character scream Balenciaga out of humor.