It turns out that a lot of people actually liked Kendall's video, although that doesn't mean they warmed to Kendall Jenner. Her first official public appearance since the Pepsi ad controversy is confirmed and happening very soon. The ad culminated with Jenner handing a Pepsi can to a police officer, who pops the top, takes a swig, and is met with inexplicable roars of approval from the demonstrators.
"2- I remember when my daughter Ireland and Kendall were little kids in school".
Trump supporters came in at nearly a third of respondents who said their opinion of Pepsi had gone down.
Fortune wrote that Latinos and African-Americans are feeling the Pepsi love with a "whopping 75% of Latinos" and more than half of African-Americans liking Pepsi more after Jenner's ad.
"No @pepsi. No @KendallJenner".
Kendall hasn't had much to say since the ad fiasco. A source said: "This is the first controversial campaign she has been involved with".
"Anything offensive is just not her".
Kendall Jenner is afraid negativity from critics will harm her modeling career.
The ad has since been pulled, with Pepsi issuing this following grovelling statement: "Pepsi was trying to project a global message of unity, peace and understanding". However, it appears as though Kendall is popping by Coachella for work, not pleasure. The party organizers were "extremely concerned" that Kendall would back out given the backlash, but she has promised that she will be at both events. Kylie will be by Kendall's side the whole weekend. But the 21-year-old's professional responsibilities don't stop there as she's also slated to guest DJ at an event for 1OAK. Kylie is such a good sister!