The One Winner from Kendall Jenner's Pepsi Ad

  • The One Winner from Kendall Jenner's Pepsi Ad

The One Winner from Kendall Jenner's Pepsi Ad

If the global embarrassment and brand damage from Pepsi's ill-conceived Kendall Jenner ad wasn't bad enough, now comes news that police in the United States aren't happy how they were depicted and are threatening legal action.

"No word about #Pepsi ad huh Kendall, Really?!?!You disgust me", another Jenner critic hissed. It turns out that a lot of people actually liked Kendall's video, although that doesn't mean they warmed to Kendall Jenner.

What's weird about the answers, and a bit of a nightmare for Kendall Jenner, is that even those who liked Pepsi more didn't "warm to" the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star-turned-model.

The song that accompanied Jenner as she delivered Pepsi to a cop climbed a whopping 1,749 percent in streams and 383 percent in downloads.

"No @pepsi. No @KendallJenner". Pepsi initially defended the spot, calling it "an important message to convey", but after furor didn't die down, they made a decision to pull the ad altogether. In the spot, Jenner joins and promptly ends a protest by handing a handsome police officer a Pepsi. Last week, Whoopi Goldberg said on "The View" that she was not offended by the ad, and understood the model's good intentions.

Kenny will lend her famous face to the Bumble dating app soiree, set to be held at a private residence in Rancho Mirage. Kendall will also be guest DJ at an event for 1OAK.

Kylie Jenner will be at Coachella with Kendall Jenner to offer sisterly support. Kendall and little sister Kylie Jenner, 19, will be hosting the Saturday event. The party organizers were "extremely concerned" that Kendall would back out given the backlash, but she has promised that she will be at both events.