Pop-punk band No Doubt withdrew its new music video this week after criticism over its depiction of Native Americans. The video showed lead singer Gwen Stefani dressed in a headdress and feathers, fighting off cowboys in ten-gallon hats. Within hours of the video’s appearance on YouTube, fans had angrily complained that it was racist and demeaning to Native Americans. “We sincerely apologize to the Native American community and anyone else offended by this video,” said the band in a statement.
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