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Kendall Jenner Addresses Notorious Pepsi Ad For the First Time

Kendall Jenner, Keeping Up With the Kardashians

“It feels like my life is over.” 

When Kendall Jenner's much-maligned Pepsi ad premiered in April, the collective Internet immediately spoke out against it. Now, five months later, Jenner herself is finally on the record speaking about it--but not directly.

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In a new trailer for the upcoming tenth season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, we catch the faintest glimpse of Jenner sitting on a bed with her sister, Kim, lamenting that "it feels like my life is over," deadpanned, staring off camera, and not even the least bit physically upset.

Related | Pepsi Removes Problematic Commercial, Apologizes to Kendall Jenner

The original ad, which Pepsi readily pulled, depicted Jenner in the midst of a high-profile fashion shoot. As she posed, protest marchers filled the street outside her window and, with a gland and a nod, a protester was able to convince Jenner to take off her wig and join the movement. Once she got to the actual protest site, Jenner was able to diffuse any and all tension simply by sharing a can of Pepsi with a police officer. After the internet rightfully dragged Jenner, Pepsi issued a statement apologizing to the reality star for misleading her. Watch Jenner's "reaction," below.

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