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Pharrell Williams 'Genuinely Sorry' for Elle UK Cover. Happy Now?

Pharrell Williams has issued a brief apology for wearing a Native American headdress on the cover of Elle UK.
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In response to the backlash over his wearing of a feather headdress on the cover of Elle UK, pop star Pharrell Williams has issued an apology.

"I respect and honor every kind of race, background and culture," Pharrell said in a statement, according to BuzzFeed. "I am genuinely sorry."

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Elle UK has yet to respond, according to BuzzFeed.

(We noticed a story that was posted to the satirical music site Wunderground days before the Elle UK cover surfaced—it might have been a good warning for Pharrell and the magazine's stylists: "Indian Headdresses Making It Easier To Spot Dickheads At Festivals".)