Katy Perry Under Fire for New Pepsi Ad

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Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "This vs. That, " Bloomberg's Betty Liu reports that singer Katy Perry is under fire from the Center for Science in the Public Interest because they feel her endorsement deal with Pepsi sends the wrong health message to her younger fans . She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

That does not stop him from trying.

It could be tacos, it could be omelettes.

Who knows where the menu is going to go.

I am excited, in this kitchen we can do anything.

By the way, the food was pretty good when i went.

Staying with consumers and food, it is katy perry versus consumer groups and the issue is kobe city.

This is katie perry, a magnet for teenagers, about half of her 45 million twitter followers are under the age of 16. she has teamed up with pepsi for a number of marketing campaigns for what is assumed to be millions of dollars, like other pop stars have.

That is the center for science and the public interest, going after her for that deal.

They are taking out a full-page ad in variety to ask her to quit marketing pepsi to young people, they say that drinking soft drinks can lead to obesity.

Pepsi say that they do not directly market to children under 12 years of age.

You decide.

What is the administration doing

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