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Wouldn't the news fucking rock if shit like that happened in the real world?
"It's that mostly familiar, spiffed up and neatly tied off version of the sensationally violent yet true story you didn't want to read in the papers anyway.
This commercial has great intentions, but it's honestly so random. To me, Pepsi is more than just a beverage—it registers as a pop culture icon and a lifestyle that shares a voice with the generation of today.
It begins with a guy on the roof playing the cello, then segues into a street protest, which happens to be going on right outside where a blonde Kendall Jenner is having a photo shoot. Kenny eventually joins the protest herself and…we won't spoil the ending, except to say that Pepsi somehow ends up uniting a diverse group of people. The spirit of Pepsi—living in the 'now' moment—is one that I believe in.