General Hospital spoilers say that if there’s one person that is incredibly outspoken, both on and off the canvas, it most certainly is actress Nancy Lee Grahn, who plays Alex Davis on the hit CBS soap. While there’s no doubt that Nancy has shared her opinions on just about everything from COVID-19 vaccine mandates to what’s going on in the political sphere, she’s just revealed that she’s been boycotting a huge corporation. Here’s what she has to say.
General Hospital News: This Is What Nancy Lee Grahn Is Boycotting Now
It looks like Nancy has become a Dunkin’ Donuts girl (for the coffee, of course) as she’s no longer making runs to the ‘Buck anymore. That’s because she’s decides to get rid of Starbucks in her life and for a good reason, too.
When Bernie Sanders tweeted, “Starbucks could give every one of its 383,000 workers a $5,000 bonus & still keep $2.6 billion in profits from last year. Instead they’re raising prices while spending $20 billion on stock buybacks & dividends when profits are up 31%” Nancy followed up with, “It’s been 4 months since I’ve had a #Starbucks. I’ve saved good money while feeling good about not contributing to their corporate greed.”
General Hospital News: Nancy Is Disgusted With Corporate Greed
Of course, it didn’t take very long for Nancy’s fans and followers to comment on her new stance. Many of them wrote, “I’m too cheap to go to places like that, but when I do I go to Dunkin because it is in walking distance! Otherwise, I sit at home and make my own coffee,” along with, “I used to go there 4-5 times a week and now 0 because of the latest price hike.”
Another fan wrote, “Corporate greed has always existed. It could not survive without the help of republicans. If you support greed, like the republicans do, then don’t talk about making America great while you let others starve and die. BTW Nancy, you work for Disney.”
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