Late Night’s Stephen Colbert And Seth Meyers Slam Pepsi’s Controversial Protest Ad

With the Twitterverse erupting over Pepsi’s now-pulled commercial with Kendall Jenner, it’s no surprise that late-night hosts Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers have similarly slammed the ad.

While speaking on “The Late Show” Wednesday night, Colbert addressed the one thing that was on most people’s minds. “We have a deeply divided nation, but today it seems like everyone has come together to join the protest against the new protest ad from Pepsi,” he said.

Related: Pepsi Pulls Protest-Themed Ad Featuring Kendall Jenner After Twitter Backlash

“So far, we don’t know what has caused all of America’s hot extras to take to the streets, but I’m guessing it’s a protest for Attractive Lives Matter,” Colbert quipped. “They might as well be holding signs saying, ‘We are all the core demographic.'”

Related: Madonna Disses Pepsi For Controversial Ad With Shade-Throwing Instagram Post

Meanwhile, Meyers gave the hotly debated ad an alternate ending, which saw Jenner replaced with a black woman, who approached a police officer with a Pepsi can but received a very different reaction. Watch the clip below.



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