Pharrell Goes Tribal for British GQ Cover

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After coming under fire for allegedly misappropriating Cherokee culture by wearing a traditional headband, it seems Pharrell still hasn’t learnt his lesson as he poses for a GQ cover and editorial with a distinct tribal theme. The ‘Happy’ singer, who was named GQ’s ‘Solo Artist of the Year’ at the recent GQ awards wore a series of avant-garde outfits which isn’t unlike him and posed with tribal paint on his face. We know he’s just playing about with looks but let’s hope this editorial doesn’t get misconstrued.

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Ntianu

Writer and blogger from London, currently living in and loving Lagos. Currently battling crippling addictions to Fanta, MAC, Rihanna and Indomie. Donations welcome. Column: The Diarist

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