Kendall Jenner opened on the transition of his father Caitlyn Jenner and the controversial Pepsi ad.
In the next episode of E! S "Keeping Up with the Kardashians", Kris Jenner and her daughters, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall meet to talk about Caitlyn Jenner's memoirs "The secrets of my life". Kylie Jenner, who is rumored to be pregnant, is notably missing. The star of "The Life of Kylie" is supposedly avoiding the cameras.
According to Kris, she is not completely aware of her ex-husband's plans to make the complete transition to a woman. But Kendall insinuates that they, his daughters, know it. "We've kept a lot of you," says Kendall (through Entertainment Tonight).
"There were things that happened that they did not tell me, because they were told not to do it," Kris continues. "I'm not resentful about that, it just makes me very sad, because I'm a protective mom, I'd do anything for my children, and if I had known some of the things they were experiencing … it just broke my heart, hearing something of that. "
In related news, Kendall addressed his controversial Pepsi ad. The personality of the television was criticized by the controversial announcement that many believed that the Black Lives Matter movement was exploding and the debates about police brutality.
"I feel really bad because someone has ever been offended, I feel really bad because this was taken in the wrong way, and I feel like [explicit] I have no idea how I'm going to recover", explained Kendall (through the Washington Post).
The star of reality added that she does not know what to do because she never intended to hurt anyone. If she knew that people would see it like that, she would not have.
"I just felt so stupid, the fact that it would hurt or offend other people was not the intention, and that's what I got, I'm the one," Kendall added.
Many compared the controversial Kendall Pepsi ad with a widely distributed photo of Leshia Evans, a Black Lives Matter protester in Louisiana. Evans was arrested after she approached a police officer at a rally in Baton Rouge. For some, Evans did better and Kendall's announcement was unrealistic.
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