HARRISON, NY – In light of the recent riots against police brutality towards people of colour in the United States, PepsiCo® has once again bravely made a corporate stance in support of peace for all of those who enjoy superior PepsiCo® products.
The last time that racism existed until now was in 2017, when PepsiCo® firmly smashed it into the pathetic, probably white paste that it is with their “Live For Now Moments Anthem” ad campaign. The commercial depicted the brutality of a real-life riot taking place, filming a socialite of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians fame Kendall Jenner offering an officer an ice-cold, refreshing Pepsi® that no one of any race or walk of life could deny. This simple gesture effectively ended racism and as a result, the ad campaign was a smashing success.
PepsiCo® did it once, and by gum, they are doing it again. Any simpleton can see that the archaic, tasteless depiction of Aunt Jemima has probably never even had a PepsiCo® product in her life, let alone used one to end racism. On the other hand, the far more progressive Kendall Jenner has competently done both. The transition of brand recognition for this syrup product is not only a wise move but a necessary one for humankind.
We at The Pot Hole News salute PepsiCo® for once again setting the bar for calling out social injustice and making a real change in our daily lives and in the lives of our plastic bottles that sit in a shelf for five-to-six months untouched. Nothing matters more to PepsiCo® than the moral fibre of their average consumer. Thank you, PepsiCo®, for once again showing us the way.