Franchise Organization Demands Antisemitic Hairdresser Jenny Pace Take Down Video

A follow-up to the story of antisemitic hairdresser Jenny Pace; apparently, Jenny Rose Luxury Hair is a franchise of MY SALON Suite, and the latter has “addressed the situation.”

Christine Bachman, director of content and communications for Propelled Brands of Carrollton, Texas, responded to a CJN inquiry for comment on June 30.

Propelled Brands is the franchise organization of MY SALON Suite.

“The franchises are independently owned and operated,” Bachman wrote in an email to the CJN. “The members (tenants) of the My Salon Suite are independent business owners.

“Upon receiving your call, we immediately reached out to the franchisee and found that, starting Monday of this week, the situation was already being addressed. The franchisee asked the member to take down the video and is handling this matter internally with the member. The franchisee also sent a message to all members at the location that this type of behavior does not align with the company’s values. My Salon Suite follows FLAIR core values that are intended to provide a safe and secure place for beauty professionals to own and operate their business. FLAIR stands for Fun, Loving, Creatively Inspired Entrepreneurs. Our goal is to create a thriving and connected community of entrepreneurs.”

Looks like Pace mistook FLAIR for “Flat-earther, Airhead.”

It remains to be seen whether Pace will stop with the public displays of antisemitism. She has kept up all of her batsh*t crazy, flat earth/other conspiracy videos on TikTok, and she really does seem to love attention.

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