It might seem like some kind of belated April Fool's campaign for Coke, but Kendall Jenner's Pepsi commercial has done the impossible and united the internet -- just not in the way it wanted.
The ad, which is being universally panned for it's tone-deaf approach and commercialisation of social issues, features Jenner joining a protest and handing a policeman a cool, refreshing Pepsi, subsequently ending society's woes.
Naturally Twitter had a few thoughts on that. Here are just a few of the reactions to the ad.
me: I'll have a coke
waitress : is Pepsi ok?
me: oh I'm actually already not racist but thank you
— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) April 4, 2017
you ever just take your blond wig off and end oppression by handing out beverages
— JuanPa (@jpbrammer) April 4, 2017
who else is reminded of Dr Martin Luther King's famously resonant "I have a Pepsi" speech pic.twitter.com/xX5h3it3d1
— Scott Ludlam (@SenatorLudlam) April 4, 2017
nice try pepsi, coca-cola already ended racism in 1971 pic.twitter.com/Q5DRHM5Zfn
— miel (@miel) April 4, 2017
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