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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.


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.

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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