People around the world are outraged by a new Pepsi ad that seemingly suggests that society’s problems could be solved by drinking the cooldrink.
The ad shows Kendall Jenner in a protest scene offering a can of Pepsi to a police officer as a peace offering.
The ad is apparently based on recent US protests over police brutality against black people.
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