Kendall Jenner says she is 'building homes' for the poor in Mexico to 'give ...

Kendall Jenner says she is 'building homes' for the poor in Mexico to 'give ...
Kendall Jenner says she is 'building homes' for the poor in Mexico to 'give ...
10001765 Kendall Jenner says she is 'building homes' for the poor in Mexico to 'give back to the community' where she makes her tequila... after cultural appropriation backlash Kendall Jenner wants her tequila brand to support the Jalisco community  The 25-year-old model was accused of culturally appropriating Mexican culture  It happened when she starred in an advertising campaign for 818 Tequila But Kendall has revealed how she and her brand are supporting the community  The brunette beauty said on The Tonight Show she was giving back 'We're building homes for people that need homes,' she told Jimmy Fallon

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Kendall Jenner wants her tequila brand to support the Jalisco community.

The 25-year-old model was accused of culturally appropriating Mexican culture earlier this year, when she starred in a controversial advertising campaign for 818 Tequila, but Kendall has now revealed how she and her brand are supporting the community where the drink is made.

The brunette beauty said on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that she was giving back to the people in the area where 818 is made.

I care: Kendall Jenner wants her tequila brand to support the Jalisco community, she told Jimmy Fallon while on The Tonight Show this week (pictured on the show)

I care: Kendall Jenner wants her tequila brand to support the Jalisco community, she told Jimmy Fallon while on The Tonight Show this week (pictured on the show)

Ouch: The 25-year-old model was accused of culturally appropriating Mexican culture earlier this year, when she starred in a controversial advertising campaign for 818 Tequila

'At our distillery, which I was just at the other day, we found a way to take the agave fibres and water waste and build sustainable brick that were are actually dominating back to the community of Jalisco,' shared the Vogue model.

And the daughter of Kris Jenner added: 'Along with saving the planet it's important for us to be friendly to the community as well. We're donating them and building homes for people that need homes.'

Andy Coronado, who co-owns La Gritona Tequila with

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