Remember how, back in April of this year, everyone freaked out over Kendall Jenner's Pepsi advertisement and it's poorly advised protest theme? Well now the star's found herself in trouble again; this time over her latest Adidas campaign.

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The girl can't catch a break, can she? Alright, alright, so this isn't quite up there with the Pepsi controversy, but basically fans of the brand aren't happy they're using Kendall in a campaign over athletes.

We've kinda seen it all before, what with the likes of her sister Kylie Jenner and Rihanna posing for Puma, but this time the backlash is so strong it's actually left people boycotting the brand. Not ideal.

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Commenting on the ad — which claims "original is never finished" — one Twitter user wrote: "This is so pandering to a market you'll never have! So not 'original' back to Nike with Serena, Nadal and other real athletes. Pepsi got it."

Another was pissed off, saying: "To me, adidas means: athlete, fitness, committed to hard work; impressions not personified by k jenner. you're just another brand. yawn."

The whole "original" theme was completely lost on one, with them taking to Twitter to vent: "Kendall Jenner???? Really?!??? There is NOTHING original about having this ridiculous image front your brand…come on adidas!! Do better!!"

And someone literally threw out all their Adidas stuff in protest, saying: "#adidasOriginalsxAW literally just threw out everything adidas i owned after the @KendallJenner ad. Will never buy again."

Oh boy. Can the Kardashians do anything right these days?

This post was written by Carl Smith and originally appeared on our sister site, Heat.

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