Discovery’s channel promotion of the reality TV show “the Devil’s ride” has been gaining some attention recently on LinkedIn – the World’s Largest Professional Network.
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People commenting on the evolving war between the two rival motorcycle clubs noted both their disgust and concern that Discovery channel would stoop so low in their effort to grab ratings:
Mike Norwell on Police Connect says: “THEIR worst decision for a TV “reality” show ever. now we are gonna have to deal with the wannabe’s and copy cats as well as the real thing. stupid, stupid, stupid.”
Paul Feyerabend writes: “I think that both clubs are people that really need to grow up, or just go to prison if they get violent.”
These people were commenting on a Ground Report post called: War between Laffing Devil’s and Sin Mob could get ugly real quick! https://groundreport.com/war-between-laffing-devils-and-sin-mob-could-get-ugly-real-quick/