First, let me say that I ain’t mad at Pepsi for trying to capitalize on millennials’ activism. They do, after all, have shareholders to report to. I’m mad that Pepsi didn’t pour consumerism down our throats (pun intended) in a way that made us want to drink the proverbial Kool-Aid. I’m mad that they weren’t smart…
Not only was the Pepsi commercial featuring Kendall Jenner a load of crock, but it now seems the company may have some legal issues coming from the San Francisco Police Department over logo usage.
Bernice King, the daughter of Martin Luther King Jr., picked up the mic and so eloquently dropped it in response to Pepsi’s atrocious Kendall Jenner commercial.
Earlier, when I said the FBI had won the day’s “Oh no, baby. What is you doing?” award, I was totally wrong. The FBI was like, “Nobody can screw up worse than this,” and PepsiCo was like, “Hold my beer!”