Kendall Jenner was 'captivated' by the commercial from 3 years ago - 2017. In 2017, Kendall Jenner and Pepsi started...
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Kendall Jenner was 'captivated' by the commercial from 3 years ago - 2017.
In 2017, Kendall Jenner and Pepsi started to launch an ad for the famous beverage product of this famous beverage company.
For more than 2 minutes, the commercial recorded a scene of a famous star (Kendall Jenner) suddenly quitting her job while performing a photo shoot to join the protesters. She took off her wig, thick make-up and took Pepsi can to give the policeman that made him smile and others stopped working to hug and enjoy Pepsi.
When it was launched, both Pepsi and Kendall Jenner were severely criticized for producing such a sensitive and meaningless commercial. Many netizens said that Pepsi was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and that the script of the skip has somehow touched the pride of the African-American community. The video also quickly received a record high dislike and caused a lot of controversy on social networks.
The supermodel herself also said she regrets accepting the invitation to close this ad on Keeping Up With The Kardashian. Pepsi also apologized to her when the negligence of the script made Kendall Jenner reproach.
'I feel so stupid. I will never want to offend or hurt anyone'.
However, as protesters continued to take to the streets to fight injustice to George Floyd and the increasingly powerful Black Lives Matter in the US, Kendall Jenner continued to be digged into the past commercials. and continue to receive "stone". Some netizens said she was too indifferent to the death of George Floyd. Instead of going down the parade like other celebrities, she raced indoors in California. Although Kendall Jenner has not officially responded to the criticism of netizens for her recently, some people have pointed out that the supermodel also spoke about the unjust death of George Floyd and supported the Black Lives Matter movement.