The Los Angeles Rams revealed new primary and secondary logos last week, and based off the negative feedback, football fans didn't exactly issue a stamp of approval.

One of the biggest takeaways was the similarity of their logo to their crosstown "rivals" the Los Angeles Chargers.

The team's CO, Kevin Demoff, heard all about the complaints and decided that if over $2 million was raised for the LA United Way and LA Food Bank for a local telethon, he'd go on television and read a series of mean tweets regarding the logos.

And guess what? Over $2.3 million was raised, and Demoff stuck to his word.

"There’s a Rams logo debate? What is it between? Trash and hot garbage?”

“If you’re low on toilet paper, don’t worry. You can get it now on NFL shop. #ramslogo”

“Rams fans: 2020 can’t get any worse. Rams: hold my beer.”