We’re not exactly sure why Amazon has been so aggressive about removing the wedding supply retailer from its e-commerce platforms.
However, one Amazon employee has been working on an explanation.
The issue came to light earlier this month when Amazon was hit by a cyberattack and all its wedding supplies were lost.
Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos said that he was aware of the cyberattack, and that the company would be working with Amazon to determine the cause of the issue.
“We are investigating and are working with our partners to provide all the information we can to help address the cyber-attack,” he wrote on Twitter.
Amazon has been in the spotlight in recent weeks for its refusal to take down controversial content and its handling of the fallout from the mass shooting at a church in Charleston, South Carolina.
On Thursday, the company began removing some of the offending posts.
On Sunday, the retailer removed a series of posts that referenced the Confederate flag and a Confederate flag emoji.
The posts had originally been on Amazon’s “Shop with Confidence” section of the site, but were removed on Monday, and the company said that it had been investigating the issue and will take appropriate action.