Death Grips' Track Appears on Adidas Commercial

Well, the band is no longer exist anyway...

Death Grips' Track Appears on Adidas Commercial
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Death Grips gave their song "You Might Think He Loves You for Your Money But I Know What He Really Loves You for It's Your Brand New Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat" to a commercial advertising Adidas' Predator soccer cleats.

You may say that it is a mistake, but, unfortunately, it's real. Yes, the anti-establishment band is now officially and finally over, despite the fact that Death Grips are no longer exist.

Anyway check out the video below.

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    MattHessing
    UG grammar are no longer exist
    zeroceid
    On their facebook link they used "is no longer exist" - so someone clearly knew it was wrong, but they were just unsure how to correct it XD
    Bezza27
    "Yes, the anti-establishment band is now officially and finally over, despite the fact that Death Grips are no longer exist." What?
    iommi600
    What baffles me the most about this is the fact that Xavi doesn't seem to get old. Fucker's 34 and looks like a 20-yo. As for the ad, I couldn't care less. And Death Grips are cool.
    Vash_15
    To be fair, Whammy was featured on a commercial at one point, too. I'm sure Zach hill just needed a couple extra bucks for whatever keeps him tripped out on a constant basis.
    goochmaster15
    Okay, on a serious note, is there a reason why this band is so well liked? I can't bring myself to listen to even a minute of their music. I was dreading seeing Soundgarden and NiN (both of which rocked, btw), and was glad when they announced their split. I just honestly can't see why they have such a huge following. Then again, I absolutely despise avant garde, maybe my opinion holds no water
    HitmanJenkins
    They're not to everyone's taste as their music is quite abrasive, I like them, but I can see why other people don't. On another note, how do you feel about Dillinger Escape Plan replacing them on that leg of the tour?