“My Life Is Over”: Kendall Jenner Has Finally Addressed *That* Controversial Pepsi Ad
The ad aired in April but she hasn't opened up about it until now.
Kendall Jenner received *tons* of backlash for her involvement in a controversial Pepsi ad back in April, and the model has only just spoken out about it now.
The ad showed the 21-year-old handing a policeman a can of the soft drink at a protest, which immediately calmed the conflict. At the time, it was criticised for drawing on the protests of the Black Lives Matter movement, and Pepsi promptly pulled it off air.
Kendall, however, remained quiet about the ordeal until now. In a new trailer for Keeping Up With The Kardashians (which has since been deleted for an unknown reason), she could be seen talking to her older sister Kim about what happened.
“It feels like my life is over,” she admitted, to which Kim replied, “You made a mistake.”
We’ll have to wait until the new season airs on E! later this month to see her full response, though.
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