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Kendall Jenner stars in Pepsi’s New Short Film “Jump In” | Watch



In the past couple of months Pepsi has been life’s “Live for Now” moments which are moments when we decide to let go, choose to act, follow our passion and nothing holds us back.

In a new campaign, reality TV star and model Kendall Jenner has been unveiled as the star of their “Jump In” a short film that depicts these moments.

The story features multiple lives, stories and emotional connections that show passion, joy, unbound and uninhibited moments.

Watch below.



    April 4, 2017 at 9:35 pm

    Good for her! She does seem like she has a head on her shoulders sometimes, ah well!

  2. deedee

    April 5, 2017 at 8:35 am

    so why was there so much noise about this advert on twitter last night? abeg i dont see anything wrong with it…people just like to attack anything that involves the Kardashians….Kris Jenner got a new follower jare…im begining to love the woman even though i dont support all her choices but we are all different and thats what makes life interesting!

    • tunmi

      April 5, 2017 at 5:51 pm

      It’s insensitive.

      So a pepsi heals all, including the many people (black peopl) tased, beates, pepper-sprayed, attacked, arrested, etc in protests (peaceful and non).

      It’s…why do I bother, you’re Nigerians. White people can pee on you and you will be the one to lap it up as clean water

    • Akpeno

      April 5, 2017 at 6:07 pm

      I could not agree with you more! Integration into the black(African) American community would be the best way to educate some Nigerians on the injustices, racism and whitewashing that keeps happening in America to Black(African) Americans

  3. Anon

    April 5, 2017 at 3:10 pm

    Supposedly mimicking Black Lives Matter.

    “The 21-year-old was accused of “mocking” the Black Lives Matter movement and “appropriating the resistance” in the commercial, which seems to be inspired by a famous photo of a woman standing up to police at a US protest last year.”

    “The commercial is being criticised by people who have interpreted it as a co-opt of the resistance movement whilst featuring a privileged, white, famous young model using a drink sold by a massive conglomerate to create peace between activists and law enforcement.”

  4. Anon

    April 5, 2017 at 8:58 pm

    Pepsi has now pulled the commercial. Says a lot.

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