On the Internet, not everything is as it seems.
On Monday, Kaplan Law Firm uploaded a YouTube video that showed Jordan Brown, an openly gay Texas pastor, accusing Whole Foods of writing an offensive word on a cake he had purchased.
In the video—which was shot on April 14—Brown shows off the seemingly unopened box and cake, which has “Love Wins” written across the top accompanied by the derogatory term:
On Tuesday, Brown tweeted a picture of the cake:
— Jordan D Brown (@PasJordanBrown) April 18, 2016
Whole Foods immediately disputed the claim and, after investigating, released an updated statement that said it has a policy prohibiting bakery orders with offensive language or images: