Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner keeps Caitlyn Jenner's transition from mom, Kris Jenner. Pictured: Jenner adjusts her hair on stage at Westfield Parramatta on Nov. 17, 2015 in Sydney. Getty Images/Lisa Maree Williams

Kendall Jenner opened up about her dad Caitlyn Jenner's transition and the controversial Pepsi ad.

In the next episode of E!s "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," Kris Jenner and her daughters, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall gather together to talk about Caitlyn Jenner's memoir "The Secrets of My Life. " Kylie Jenner who is rumored to be pregnant is noticeably missing. The "Life of Kylie" star is reportedly avoiding cameras.

According to Kris, she is not fully aware of her ex-husband's plans to fully transition into a woman. But Kendall hints that they, her daughters, are aware of it. "We kept a lot of it from you," Kendall says (via Entertainment Tonight).

"There were things that happened that they didn't tell me, because they were told not to," Kris continues. "I'm not resentful about it. It just makes me really sad. Because I'm a protective mom. I would do anything for my kids. And had I known some of the things they were experiencing... it just broke my heart, hearing some of that stuff."

In related news, Kendall addressed her controversial Pepsi advertisement. The TV personality was bashed for the controversial ad that many believed was exploiting the Black Lives Matter movement and the debates about the police brutality.

"I feel really bad that anyone was ever offended. I feel really bad that this was taken such a wrong way, and I feel like [explicit]. I have no idea how I am going to bounce back from it," Kendall explained (via Washington Post).

The reality star added that she does not know what to do because she never meant to hurt anyone. If she only knew that the people would see it that way, she would not have done it.

"I just felt so stupid. The fact that I would hurt or offend other people was not the intent, and that is what got me the most," Kendall added.

Many compared Kendall's controversial Pepsi ad to a widely circulated photo of Black Lives Matter protester Leshia Evans in Louisiana. Evans was detained after she approached a police officer at a demonstration in Baton Rouge. For some, Evans did it better and that Kendall's ad was not realistic.

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