Pepsi Apologizes For Trivializing Black Lives Matter And Pulls Kendall Jenner Ad

Pepsi has surrendered:

“Pepsi has apologized for a controversial advertisement that borrowed imagery from the Black Lives Matter movement, after a day of intense criticism from people who said it trivialized the widespread protests against the killings of black people by the police.

“Pepsi was trying to project a global message of unity, peace and understanding. Clearly, we missed the mark and apologize,” the company said in a statement on Wednesday. “We did not intend to make light of any serious issue. We are pulling the content and halting any further rollout.”

The ad, posted to YouTube on Tuesday, shows attractive young people holding milquetoast signs with nonspecific pleas like “Join the conversation.” The protesters are uniformly smiling, laughing, clapping, hugging and high-fiving. …”

They surrendered for offending Black Lives Matter.

Here you have a multinational corporation pandering to the Black Lives Matter movement. They want to be associated with the cause. They’re promoting this thing. And yet, that’s not politically correct!


37 Comments

  1. Once again NYC mayor Bloomberg was right. We should ban thes soda pops from our schools and our society.

  2. “Pepsi was trying to project a global message of unity, peace and understanding.”

    No such thing.

  3. This incident (like many others) ought to get conservatives thinking about their support for capitalism, at least in its corporate form. Corporate grants fund groups like La Raza and BLM; corporate media pushes the BLM narrative; and here we have a major corporation groveling before BLM.

    This is the great big capitalism which “won” the Cold War and is bringing “freedom” to everyone.

    Conservatives will go on promoting a system which is working for their destruction. Consider how globalization is gutting this and many other White countries. But no problem, right, since quarterly earnings are up and country club memberships are on the rise.

  4. Pepsi, Kellogg’s, Subway, Target, Apple, Nabisco – the list of retailers and products I will avoid from now on keeps growing.

  5. Those soft drink companies may sing about love, peace and brotherhood but they control the supply of drinking water in impoverished third world countries using armed guards.

  6. When I was in school the pop machine was strictly for BEFORE and AFTER SCHOOL during the day you could get fruit juice, milk etc. If you wanted Pop, you brung it from home. They turned that machine off at 8am and back on everyday at like 4pm

  7. It’s OK to join liberals in their boycotts of these products. Lib NYC Mayor Bloomberg proposed a tax on soda pop, banning sugary soft drinks from NYC public schools.

    We’re boycotting Pepsi because they promote race mixing, multi culturalism try to get in good with BlackLiesMatter.

  8. Hunter, unless you have any objections, I’m going to post the OD Classic Spanish History lesson on 15th century Spain. I updated in reference to the mass Muslim migration invasions of Europe, the West and the seemingly crazy reasons Lib Left Jewish Dems support the Muslim migration invasions of the West. I think this is one of the best Red Pill, Black Pill history lessons explaining the conflicts, strange alliances between Whites, Muslims and Jews.

  9. Our Coke machines were always on. We had a fountain in the cafeteria, too. We also had milkshakes and chocolate milk if we wanted it. This was in High Scrool, however.

  10. Dr. Pepper’s like the National Drink of Texas, I remember when I was in Texas every exit on the Interstate had a Dr. Pepper sign and a Dairy Queen

  11. Almost all Soda Pops were invented in the South. The Po’Fok king of Soda Pop is Royal Crown aka RC.

  12. We get Mexican Coke here, too. They use cane sugar and the original recipe from way back when.

  13. Ya we have that at the stores too of course the Mexican bottles are different because Mexico is on the Metric system

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