Now that the world has had a little more than a week to digest Kendall Jenner's controversial Pepsi ad, Alec Baldwin has weighed in on the blame game. On Thursday, the actor and frequent Trump impersonator took to Twitter to defend Kendall, who in his eyes, is still "a very young, inexperienced woman in an awful business."
According to Alec, Kendall's youth (she's 21) is one of the reasons why people shouldn't be so quick to point fingers when a poorly-orchestrated ad campaign is being torn apart.
When a fellow Twitter user (and I say "Twitter user" because it's unlikely this person is a fan) asked what age Kendall would have to be to "be responsible," Alec offered this:
It went on for a little bit:
Before the conversation reached Kanye-Wiz levels, Alec stepped back and retweeted this glorious photo of Barbra Streisand holding a rose in front of all her awards, along with the caption "remain humble but still let these bitches know."
Kendall is expected to make her first post-Pepsi appearance this weekend at Coachella, where she will guest DJ and event and host a party for the dating app Bumble. According to TMZ, the party will take place in a mansion converted into a "winter wonderland with real ice and snow," because nothing says Coachella like frostbite!
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