Pharrell Williams apologises for his controversial magazine cover

Pharrell Williams angered some of his fans this week, after he decided to wear a Native American headdress on the cover of Elle UK.

The singer has now issued an apology and said he never meant to cause any offence.

“I respect and honour every kind of race, background and culture. I am genuinely sorry.”

This came after fans began to create a Twitter trend of “NotHappy” to vent their frustration over the controversial magazine cover.

This isn’t the first time Pharrell has upset fans, as the signer shared some questionable comments over his hit song, Blurred Lines last year.