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For the lack of arguing with a Blogster, yes, we understand how Pepsi may have fell short of getting their point across with their latest ad in which they've pulled, but we actually get where Pepsi was coming from. Some of you lack the vision and instantly saw the negative instead of seeing what Pepsi was trying to portray. Pepsi was saying that the love for Pepsi is so strong that it could stop wars, racism, stereotypes, etc. What was wrong with that? How many times have you heard, all the world needs is for everyone to smoke weed and the crime and racism would end? Or how about, if people had more sex the world would be a better place? This is what Pepsi was attempting to say. Pepsi wanted to portray a unified America or World that was unified by the love of their beverage and we understand that. Sure, it may have failed at hitting the target, but most didn't give the commercial a chance to actually see what Pepsi was truly saying. Honestly, we would have thought the human right movements would have understood and supported the vision. If we all want JUSTICE and UNITY, how could a commercial promoting Justice and Unity be offensive?
If we could remove the focus of it being a Pepsi or Kendall Jenner and replace it with LOVE, maybe everyone would get the vision. If the cops gave love and received love, then maybe the unjust shootings would end. If the world gave more love instead of prejudice thinking and actions based from fear and stereotypes than maybe, just maybe the world could be at peace. Pepsi may have replaced LOVE with their beverage, but the point and the vision were clearly UNITY. Watch the video below and tweet us your opinions to @baddmag on twitter.
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