The protest-themed ad has been pulled completely after one day of promotion, and the company has issued an apology to not only the public, but Kendall also.
"Pepsi was trying to project a global message of unity, peace, and understanding. Clearly, we missed the mark, and we apologise," the company said in a statement.
"We are pulling the content and halting any further roll-out. We also apologise for putting Kendall Jenner in this position."
The ad showed Kendall ditching a photo shoot to join in a totally random protest that seemed to have no aim whatsoever.
She rips off her designer clothes for some casual denim and starts to walk with the crowd, proceeding to hand a Pepsi to a police officer, instantaneously ending police brutality.
It was a clearly offensive message, and an attempt to commercialize the Black Lives Matter movement, which obviously didn't sit well with people. Especially some fans, who commented things like...
"Kendall Jenner saves the day although she has NEVER spoken out in social injustices, she is the key piece to ending resistance!"
"Because a white skinny privileged girl is the key to solving all of our political problems even though the only thing she does is parade through life and has never commented on any social injustieces other people go through !! yass kendall !! slay !!"
Pepsi has since taken the video off YouTube, but the internet never forgets.