Unfortunately for Kendall, it doesn't look like things are getting any better for her.
A few days ago, Kenny uploaded a photo of her and her family (the girls) on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter. She captioned the picture on Twitter, "sister power...girl power ."
So what's the problem? Well, the emoji.
Many fans have taken to Twitter to correct Kendall's caption, using the lighter skinned hand emoji instead of the dark skinned one that she used.
It may seem a little trivial, but the backlash comes from the fact that many people believe the Kardashian/Jenner's have appropriated black culture for their advantage.
Just last week, Kim was called out for defending Jeffree Star's racist tweets, when she has a black husband and children.
But for Kendall, it was her Pepsi ad that made "Black Lives Matter" seem unimportant and easily fixed, so it's understandable that some fans are offended by her use of emoji.