"I think my team probably would have nipped it in the bud before anything happened," Ashley said, shading Kendall's PR team in the process.
If you're not familiar with the advertisement, it was a blunder on an epic scale, with the world calling out Kendall and the company for trying to profit off the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
Ashley added, "I think it's unfortunate that happened. But hey, she's moving forward... I was very surprised that nobody said, 'Hey, this looks like a bad idea right here,'" she added.
True, it's mind-boggling that the ad was ever given the green light... but it's weirder that Kendall has since been involved with many other scandals (Fyre Festival)... like today's most recent vintage tee scandal.
Maybe it's time to re-asses your team Kenny.