By now, you may have grown tired of Pharrell Williams‘ hit song “Happy” but you’re not the only one upset with the super-producer. Fans sounded off on Twitter in response to July issue of ELLE UK magazine which features the Grammy Award-winning producer in a Native American feathered headdress.
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Readers were enrages when ElleUk.com posted a promotional picture of the cover with the following blurb:
“We persuaded ELLE Style Award winner Pharrell to trade his Vivienne Westwood mountie hat for a native American feather headdress in his best ever shoot.”
The blurb has now been removed and Pharrell has yet to release a statement in regards to the situation.
Pharrell – you know how cultural appropriation makes me feel? #NotHappy http://t.co/YkZtP9Pu2B—
bossy (@BhasChat) June 04, 2014
How do you feel about the situation? Is it Pharrell’s fault or are the editors of ELLE to blame? Let us know what you think.
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