Apr 5, 2017
Pepsi pulls Kendall Jenner advert amid outcry
She defuses the tension by walking to the police line and handing an officer a can of Pepsi, prompting cheers. In a statement posted on its website, Pepsi said they did not intend to make light of serious issues. The much-ridiculed advert was posted to YouTube on Tuesday evening but was no longer accessible there less than 24 hours later. The advert did not specify what the crowds of mainly young, and very good looking, people were marching for. "If I had carried Pepsi, I guess I never would have gotten arrested. Who knew?" said DeRay McKesson, a leading activist in the Black Lives Matter movement.
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