Kim Kardashian Addresses Kendall Jenner's Controversial Pepsi Ad

Kim Kardashian cleared the air surrounding sister Kendall Jenner's controversial Pepsi commercial during her Sunday, May 28, 2017 appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

When the host brought up the ad in question, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star revealed, "[Kendall] totally understood at the end of the day, and she felt really awful for it." 

Following accusations of being "tone deaf" to today's polarizing sociopolitical climate and insensitive to the Black Lives Matter movement, Pepsi pulled the commercial only 24 hours after it initially aired in early April 2017. The criticism reportedly left Jenner, 21, "devastated." But as Kardashian told Cohen, "[Kendall] just wants to move on from it."

The 36-year-old also noted that the backlash had already been in full force by the time she finally saw the commercial, which made it difficult to form an objective opinion. "I didn't see it until it had already gotten the attention, and so you obviously have a different perspective when everyone's just saying something," the Selfish author explained. "I think I was traveling, and I landed when I saw all this stuff come up."

But as any protective older sister would, Kim is showing her supermodel sibling nothing but support. "I think anytime someone does anything, they don't have a bad intention of doing it a certain way, especially because Kendall is so sensitive," she expressed. "She would never mean for anyone to perceive anything in a negative way."

Kardashian was an open book during her interview with Cohen, touching on several other juicy topics fans were dying to hear more about. As Nicki Swift previously reported, the reality star even admitted she knew very early on that her marriage to basketball player Kris Humphries was doomed.

"At the time, I just thought, 'Holy s***, I'm 30 years old. I better get this together, I better get married,'" she confessed. "I think a lot of girls do go through that where they freak out thinking they're getting old and they have to figure it out, and all their friends are having kids, and so it was more of that situation. But I knew, like, [on my] honeymoon that it wasn't going to work out."