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Kendall Jenner Cools Down With Coca-Cola Years After Pepsi Ad Meltdown

By Whitney Vasquez

Kendall Jenner quenched her thirst with a Coca-Cola on Monday, two years after famously becoming the most hated endorser for Pepsi's "Live for Moments Anthem" ad campaign.

Jenner highlighted her supermodel curves in an tight orange dress while leaving a deli in SoHo yesterday, but it's what she's holding that caught our eye.

With her iPhone in her right hand, Jenner has a tight grip on the soda can with her left. It's a tasty choice -- instead of opting for the original Coca-Cola, she's trying their newest flavor, orange vanilla.

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Kendall Jenner's 2017 Pepsi commercial quickly became the most controversial ad to date, with many accusing the company of disrespecting real-life movements like Black Lives Matter. People were outraged after the ad seemed to say regardless of what was going on in the world, drinking a Pepsi could make it all go away.

24 hours after the commercial was released, Pepsi pulled the ad.


It's an interesting move considering hours later she posted the above pic on Instagram, seemingly hinting that she might be working on a project.

Appearing in the same dress, she's at the deli counter with the open Coca-Cola can.

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Jenner broke down over the Pepsi backlash during an episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

Explaining her side of the story, Jenner talked about how happy she was after being offered the gig.

"When I first got this offer, I mean it's a huge company. The people I was following were so iconic and amazing," she said in the confessional. "Michael Jackson has done it. Britney Spears has done it. Beyoncé has done it. Pink. The list goes on."

"After I saw the reaction and I read what people had to say about it, I most definitely saw what went wrong," Jenner continued with tears in her eyes. "Like I just felt so f*cking stupid. The fact that I would offend other people or hurt other people was definitely not the intent."


Of course, her famous sisters, who are no strangers to controversy, were there to pick up the pieces during the young model's first fallout.

Kim gave the best advice of all, telling her little sister to be honest with the haters.

"It should affect you in a way where you grow from it and you're like, ‘Okay I'm a better person from it,'" Kim said. "But I just wish that you could see that there is light at the end of the tunnel and that it will be OK if you're just like honest."

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