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NASCAR walks back 'Let's Go Brandon' sponsorship approval, Brandon Brown spokesperson says
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NASCAR is walking back its approval of driver Brandon Brown's sponsorship with LGBcoin after initially approving the deal, according to Brown's spokesperson.
Brandonbilt Motorsports announced its partnership with LGBcoin on Dec. 30, and said that the cryptocurrency meme coin's logo would be displayed on Brown's Chevrolet Camaro for all 33 races of the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
The coin's website proudly reads "Let's Go Brandon!"
However, Brown's spokesperson Maxwell Marcucci told FOX Business that NASCAR pulled back its approval of the sponsorship deal on Dec. 30, after the partnership with LGBcoin was announced.
BRANDON BROWN'S LGBCOIN PARTNERSHIP NOT ACROSS FINISH LINE JUST YET