Conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday said that the inclusion of a boy in a Moschino Barbie commercial “could be gay.”

The $150 Moschino Barbie was designed by Jeremy Scott, the creative director of Moschino, and sold out within an hour of its launch last week.

In the ad, a young boy calls Moschino Barbie “so fierce” and hands a cell phone to the doll with a wink.

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Limbaugh promised his listeners he would discuss the ad in detail on Wednesday.

“Have you [heard] Mattel has introduced a boy in the Barbie commercials?” Limbaugh rhetorically asked. “I am not kidding. Boys apparently like Barbie dolls. And so Mattel is using boys in Barbie doll commercials on TV now. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Barbie, don't give me this GI Joe stuff.”

“Well, it's – no, not necessarily transgender, but could be gay. Well, women love gay guys. They're certainly no threat. They're fashion conscious. I mean, they fit the bill. They don't want sex. I mean, it's nirvana,” he added.