group has released a video with a swarm of a tuft of eagle feathers. End the cultural appropriation here
bind with rope and arms raised above her while she is at gunpoint and twisted side to side like a parody of girls pretending to be punished. Typical power clip, but this time she gets a bunch of eagle feathers, a shield and a leather fringe designed to depict a Native American woman.
"Looking Hot", the latest video from No Doubt, was released last Friday and immediately caused outrage among Native Americans and their allies, who found the content denigrating their culture. The online uproar resulted in the group taking the offending video and apologize "to the indigenous community and anyone offended by this video." Apology stated: "As a multiracial group of our foundation is based on the diversity and consideration for other cultures"
But this is not the first time that Stefani has missed the boat. Remember when she was four silent Asian women presenting themselves as "Harajuku Girls" its underlying wherever she went? Oh, and then there was this phase in the 1990s when wearing bindis and saris at every given opportunity. Obviously you missed the memo that the band's music and the community is based on "respect, unity and integration" that the appointment excuse.