Because Flint residents feel as though the company is exploiting our water crisis.

You've probably already seen the commercial - "Some people had forgotten about Flint, but Nestlé Waters never did."

*snort*

Needless to say, Flint residents are NOT having it.

Yesterday, a spokesperson for Nestle said that they will be "committed to helping the people of Flint, and we are actively working with the help centers to determine their needs in 2019."

This is rubbing people the wrong way because Michigan residents are now paying more for the company to withdraw water in Osceola County. They pay just $200 every year to bottle their water here.

What? A company exploiting the Flint water crisis? I'm SHOCKED! *sarcasm*