Kendall Jenner has been criticized for her new Pepsi ad.
She is accused of undermining the Black Lives Matter movement in advertising.
In the ad, Kendall Jenner leaves a photo shoot to join protesters calling for love and peace before handing the can to police as a peaceful offer.
The officer smiles and the crowd greets.
Critics say the ad is based on recent protests over police brutality against blacks in America.
The ad has been criticized for portraying a “privileged, white” supermodel as a peacemaker between civil rights activists and the police.
Pepsi posted the ad on its YouTube channel.
Some have suggested that the ad looks similar to a photo of Yeshia Evans, who was accused by police of rioting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 2016.
In a statement, Pepsi said: “This is a global advertisement that reflects people from different walks of life who come together in a spirit of harmony.
“We think this is an important message to convey.”
Kendall Jenner has not yet commented.
In 1971, Coca-Cola made a similar advertisement based on the Vietnam War.