In 2004, if there had been an unofficial Queen of Cultural Appropriation, there is no doubt (pun intended) that Gwen Stefani would have worn the crown. The singer had previously committed a multitude of bindi-related crimes when still fronting her band, but nothing she’d done previously came even close …read more

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Does Gwen Stefani’s ‘Harajuku’ Cartoon Really Have Zero Japanese Characters In It? 16 September,2016KQED Pop

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