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Kendall Jenner

Reality TV star and fashion model Kendall Jenner was a Pepsi 24-hour wonder. On April 4, she starred in a new PepsiCo. (PEP) "Live for Moments Anthem"  ad campaign. Not even a Kardashian has accomplished that. She aroused immediate ire on social media; though, with some users accusing the ad of being disrespectful to the Black Lives Matter movement. On April 5, Pepsi pulled the ad. 

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