Pornhub tweeted Pepsi commercial model Kendall Jenner an invitation to make an adult movie. However, the reality star rejected the offer. On Wednesday, Pornhub ARIA tweeted, “Hey @KendallJenner I think we could bang out a more unifying video together.”

Kendall blocks Pornhub

However, the sister of reality star Kim Kardashian responded by blocking Pornhub from following Kendall and viewing her tweets. Following her response, the top adult movie portal tweeted, “@KendallJenner Well I guess not then @KendallJenner !!!,” Mashable reported.

Pornhub’s offer came right after the model’s tone-deaf Pepsi commercial suffered a backlash for making light of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Her response, though, was a bit surprising since she is one of the Kardashian sisters who frequently flaunt their nearly naked bodies on social media and their reality show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”

It is not the first time that Kendall has been offered such kind of deals. After she posed topless for Interview magazine in 2014, Playboy offered the daughter of Caitlyn Jenner to pose nude for the iconic men’s magazine as its centerfold, according to IBT AU. Kim and Kendall’s mother, Kris Jenner, had both posed nude for Playboy, while Kim also has a porn movie with former boyfriend Ray J that has almost 120 million views on Pornhub.

Pepsi backlash

After the public backlash on the Pepsi commercial, several celebrities, such as singer Madonna, joined their growing voice over the insensitive advertisement.

New York Daily News hit Pepsi for apologizing to Kendall “as though she didn’t know what she was participating in.”

Besides the irony of the Pepsi commercial being a rip off of a famous photo in 1967 when a protester placed a flower in the barrel of a soldier’s gun, the advertisement showed the protesters cheering Kendall for giving the soldier a can of ice-cold Pepsi.

The daily pointed out that the model seemed like she “negotiated a Middle East peace accord.”

Extras unaware of racial issues

However, People magazine reported that one actor from the Pepsi commercial said most of the extras in the advertisement likely did not understand the significance of the message of the ad which Pepsi said was to project a global message of peace, unity, and understanding.

The commercial was shot in Thailand, although it seems to have happened in the U.S.

Most of the extra do not speak English, and unaware of the Black Lives Matter movement in the U.S. Pepsi shot the commercial in Thailand because the extras likely had lower talent fees than if it were shot in the U.S., a production coordinator who was not part of the advertisement said. Some of the extras, now aware of the controversy that the commercial generated, think Pepsi pulled out the commercial to protect Kendall.