An Italian restaurant in Albuquerque, New Mexico fell under fire for punning about the Black Lives Matter movement in an advertisement on its marquee. After the sign was removed, however, customers flocked to support the restaurant. Paisano’s, a restaurant in the city’s northeast heights neighborhood, put up an advertisement for its Ahi tuna dish that features an olive puree. The slogan was "black olives matter, try our tapenade,” and the restaurant posted a picture of the marquee in its Facebook group. People on social media didn’t find it very cute, however. Backlash began on the restaurant’s Facebook page, where people called the sign “insensitive” and in “poor taste” because of recent incidents of violence between police and black men in the US. 'Black Olives Matter' pun sparks outrage, boosts sales for Italian restaurant Sorry, but I found this kind of funny.