The season premiere of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” got here and went with nary a point out concerning the circle of relatives’s being pregnant trifecta (season finale subject matter, clearly), however we did get some perception into how Kendall Jenner used to be coping after her famously horrible Pepsi advert. Hint: no longer smartly.
A KarJenner by no means forgets her first scandal, and it seems like the circle of relatives’s resident twiglet continues to be licking her wounds after she used to be totally dragged by way of the web for collaborating in a industrial criticized for co-opting imagery from Black Lives Matter protests.
In the Season 14 premiere on Sunday evening, Jenner in spite of everything addressed the advert, as she’s stayed silent ― and let her members of the family do the speaking ― since its debut in April.
“I would never purposely hurt someone, ever,” Jenner mentioned whilst changing into teary-eyed in a confessional interview. “I would, obviously— if I knew this was gonna be the outcome, I would have never done something like this. But you don’t know when you’re in the moment, and like, it was the most … like, it was … like, it was so … like, I just felt so f**king stupid.”
“The fact that I would offend other people or hurt other people was definitely not my intent and that’s what got me the most, is that I would ever make anyone else upset,” she added.
Jenner defined that she absolutely depended on the group in the back of the economic given the corporate’s admittedly stellar monitor document of striking celebrities in primary advert campaigns.
“When I first got this offer … I mean, it’s a huge company. The people I was following were so iconic and amazing,” Jenner mentioned, in line with BuzzFeed. “Michael Jackson has done it, Britney Spears has done it, Beyoncé has done it, Pink. The list goes on. So to get something like that was just … It was so exciting.”
Kim Kardashian, who isn’t any stranger to scandal, used to be there to suggest her more youthful sister, giving her recommendation about weathering public scrutiny.
“It should affect you in a way where you grow from it, and become a better person from it,” Kim mentioned concerning the backlash. “I just wish that you could see that there’s light at the end of the tunnel, and that it will be OK if you’re just honest and open.”