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A Corporation Should Not Try To Make Protests or Political Movements Part of a Commercial Ad.

A Corporation Should Not Try To Make Protests or Political Movements Part of a Commercial Ad.
The recent Pepsi advertisement featuring Kendall Jenner is nauseating.

The Commercial

Pepsi is shamelessly trying to have its brand be identified with the current political movements going on in the United States while of course not actually standing for anything. The protest signs in the ad just say vague things like "Love" or "Peace" rather than having anything to do with a real cause since of course Pepsi cowardly doesn't actually want to stand for anything.

At the end of the ad, Kendall Jenner (who's part of the megalomaniac Kardashian family) solves everything the people are protesting for by giving a cop a Pepsi. In Pepsi's world, apparently any struggle or movement in the world can be solved by giving a cop a Pepsi.

Upset that for profit prisons are locking up black men at a disturbing? No worries, a hack reality TV star gave a cop a Pepsi!

Concerned that your daughter will never reach her full potential due to unfair societal forces? Nothing to worry about friend, the daughter of the person who won the decathlon gave some cop a Pespi!

Worried that we're destroying the planet for our grandchildren? Don't be silly friend! The half sister of the girl who became famous by making a sex tape with Brandy's little brother gave a Cop a Coke!

Worried that the food industry is making our entire country sick with sugar and needs to be stopped??? Don't worry, a sellout reality star just gave a cop some sugar water to drink!
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