Someone Redid That Pepsi Ad and Put Real Protesters in It

Someone Redid That Pepsi Ad and Put Real Protesters in It

Someone Redid That Pepsi Ad and Put Real Protesters in It

In the said commercial, Jenner is allegedly shown in the midst of a photo shoot as protesters took over the nearby street where she allegedly got intrigued and went with them.

Apart from Madonna, a number of other famous people slammed Pepsi and Kendall Jenner for the inappropriate ad. The company then pulled off the ad while Kendall Jenner also removed any mention of it that was done before from her social media.

Kendall Jenner planned to lie low until things cooled down, and she still talks about her controversy many times.

"She (Kendall Jenner) has been very upset and feels bad".

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Pepsi faced significant backlash after releasing its ad, which starred Kendall Jenner walking through a protest with a can of Pepsi that she handed to a police officer as a way to resolve the conflict. "She loves being a model", People quoted the source said. To get a Pepsi gig was a big deal. News, as soon as the commercial was aired, it didn't take long for Twitter users to speculate and compare the frame of Kendall coming face-to-face with an officer. She was very excited.

Advertising is an incredible way to spread messages and influence the public, but with great power comes great responsibility; we can all learn from the mistakes Pepsi and Kendall Jenner have made.

According to Perez Hilton, contrary to what she was expecting, Kendall thought that the ad was going to be well received by the masses, and was truly shocked when it wasn't. "She hopes people understand that she wasn't involved in the creative process", the source continued. In fact, Madonna herself was the victim of Pepsi pulling a 1989 commercial featuring the "Material Girl" singer almost 30 years ago after the controversy surrounding the "Like A Prayer" music video. The family is now planning on how to deal with the issue.

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