Kendall Jenner Makes First Public Appearance Post-Pepsi Controversy: She ‘Did Not Look Happy,’ Says Source
Kendall and Kylie Jenner hosted dating app Bumble's Winter Bumbleland Coachella party on Saturday
The model and her sister Kylie Jenner teamed up to host dating app Bumble’s Winter Bumbleland Coachella party on Saturday, but the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star had a frown that refused to turn upside-down.
“Kendall did not look happy,” a source tells PEOPLE. “She was hanging out alone on a corner couch in the VIP area with Hailey Baldwin and staring at her phone.”
After taking a tour of the two-day “Aspen Chic meets Desert Heat”-themed bash, where the best friends headed over to the ice bar to play some interactive games, Jenner and Baldwin retreated back to the VIP area, taking a seat under a canvas igloo to snap some pictures.
In the advertisement, titled “Live for Now Moments Anthem,” the model ditched a photo shoot to join a group of attractive protesters in the street. The clip ended with Jenner handing a Pepsi can over to a police officer, who pops the top, takes a sip, and is met with roars of approval from the demonstrators.
“Kendall is still not happy about the controversy,” a source recently told PEOPLE. “She plans on laying low until things calm down. She still talks about it a lot and has support from her family. She is spending a quiet weekend with her family.”
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But Coachella hasn’t made it easy for Kendall to maintain a quiet life, as she kicked off her weekend as a guest deejay during 1Oak’s festival party on Friday night.