Pharrell Predictably Apologizes for Wearing a Native American Headdress


(Getty Images | Elle UK)At this point you would think celebrities would consider Native American headdresses off limits for props, costumes, or photo shoots. After all, Ireland Baldwin, Victoria's Secret, Gwen Stefani, and most recently Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, have all ended up apologizing for wearing them. So did Pharrell miss all that before shooting his new cover photo for Elle UK?

Regardless, it didn't take long for the hashtag #NotHappy to pop up after the "Happy" singer's new cover went online. And he's since issued a predictably bland apology.

It reads: "I respect and honor every kind of race, background and culture. I am genuinely sorry."
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