Gwen Stefani With Blonde Curls [Gwen Stefani | Instagram]

Fans Say Gwen Stefani Is ‘Just As Messy As Ever’

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Some fans are saying that Gwen Stefani is “just as messy as ever.” This comes amid the news of her head-scratching interview with Allure. As TV Shows Ace previously reported, Gwen claimed she’s Japanese because she’s in love with the culture. She received criticism for her insensitive comments.

The songstress has been accused of cultural appropriation for much of her career. Most fans remember the time when she was inspired by the Harajuku culture for her 2008 pop album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby. Gwen defended that time in her life and fans called her out for her bizarre interview.

Gwen Stefani Wears Black Turtleneck & Gold Hoops [Gwen Stefani | Instagram]
[Gwen Stefani | Instagram]

The Voice coach rambles about being Japanese

Gwen Stefani sat down for an exclusive interview with Allure about her GXVE Beauty brand. The conversation shifted to the time when she had a Harajuku Lovers fragrance brand. It was inspired by Japanese culture and her debut album. She shared that she was Japanese because she appreciates the culture.

The article mentioned her Italian-American and Irish-American descent. Gwen’s father worked for Yamaha, which required him to travel from California to the Japanese for about twenty years. Due to this connection, Gwen insists that she’s of Japanese descent.

“I said, ‘My God, I’m Japanese and I didn’t know it,'” Gwen Stefan told Allure, adding, “I am you know.”

She described herself as a “super fan” of Japanese culture. She defended the time when she sought inspiration from the Harajuku girls in her fashion and music. Gwen said that the criticism “doesn’t feel right.” She called that time in her life “a beautiful time of creativity.” Gwen enjoyed “the ping-pong match between Harajuku culture and American culture.”

Gwen Stefani called out for her messiness

Her interview with Allure went viral on Tuesday, January 10. They took to Twitter to buzz about the former No Doubt singer. Most called out Gwen Stefani for her messiness. One fan wrote: “Just as messy as ever.”

Other fans shared their thoughts on the interview. They made sarcastic jokes, calling out her history of cultural appropriation. Some called her Harajuku era “dishonest” to the Asian community. Here are the remainder of the comments:

  • “Nobody can accept a tradition the way in which Gwen Stefani does.”
  • “Ahhh Gwen Stefani went again to her Jamaican roots. Nature is de factor therapeutic.”
  • “As a south Asian who grew up in the 90s, I really feel her present appropriation is dishonest to us. How may you, Gwen? I believed that bindi was ceaseless.”
  • “Gwen Stefani culturally appropriate? She has never, ever done THAT before.”
  • “This isn’t new, she’s had dreads before.”

Gwen Stefani has received backlash in recent months for her fashion sense and ever-changing looks. There were also unconfirmed rumors that she was having her first baby with her husband Blake Shelton. Do you think Gwen is just as messy as ever? Sound off below in the comment section.

Check back with TV Shows Ace for more news on Gwen Stefani.

Chanel Adams

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1 Comment

  1. You know what’s weird though? My (m 51 gay) best friend Adriana Jordan is half black and half Japanese and she looks just like Gwen. Not the blonde hair but she could buy that like anyone else. Check Facebook.. I’m sure there are lots of Japanese mixed girls that look like Gwen. She can have fun and say She is Japanese and that’s an awesome compliment. Quit putting out articles that divide us. We actually love each other and are happy! Report ON THAT! We are sick and tired of the media trying to make us beef with each other. And I’m sorry, but the fact that you want us to beef with Gwen Stephani, who doesn’t have any negative intentions at all is just gross.

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