Pepsi & Kendall Jenner Not Amused As Unicorn Frappuccino Brings End To Racism

Reality TV star Kendall Jenner and her brief employer the Pepsi Corporation are feeling done wrong by today as racial harmony swept through the nation over a shared love of the new Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino.

An advert featuring Jenner emerge from a crowd of people of different races – who still somehow managed to all look exactly the same – to give a police officer a Pepsi drew ire for its cheap message that a soft drink could bring an end to serious social problems.

But today stories are flooding in to newsrooms of real-life confrontations with police being instantly defused when both side realize they share a passion for the novelty high-calorie coffee drink inspired by a magical creature.

Unfortunately the beverage is scheduled to be removed from stores on or around April 23 at which point racism, intolerance, and police brutality are expected to return to normal levels.

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