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20th Jan 2018

People are comparing JT’s new music video to Kendall’s Jenner’s Pepsi ad


Olivia Hayes

People are not too delighted with it.

Justin Timberlake released the second single, Supplies, from his new album, Man of the Woods.

It references various movements and controversies in today’s world, including #MeToo, #TimesUp, and Trump’s reign in power.

Throughout the video, protests are seen on video screens with signs and placards being waved during the marches and they seem to be directly aimed at Trump and his policies.

One reads ‘STOP GOV’T CRIMES’, while another says ‘WE ARE ALL IMMIGRANTS’, and ‘END RACISM NOW’.

However, many are having mixed reactions to it on Twitter, with some even commenting that it reminds them of Kendall Jenner’s controversial Pepsi ad:

What do you think? You can watch the video below: