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Pamela Anderson is catching serious backlash over its 2019 and Halloween costumes, with many on Twitter are calling the 52-year-old as a model for cultural appropriation.
The former Baywatch” star and animal rights activist took to Twitter on Thursday to share a couple of images to celebrate Halloween. The first picture shows mr. Anderson in a high-waist underwear with what appears to be white paint all over her breasts. In her left hand she holds a native american headdress. In another photo, Anderson is posing topless on a staircase with her back turned to the camera. At this time, they have the whole oversized scarf and the tilt of the camera.
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The post will immediately get the attention of people on social media, with users noting that it seems that the actress has been the appropriation of native american culture.
“I hate to break the news to you, Eric, but this has to be the ultimate cultural appropriation, that people do not like. To the Native head-dress. Not so cool,” one user on Twitter wrote.
“Cultural appropriation is not a good look,” another said.
“Sooooo great respect for the animals, but it is not so much to the people who don’t look like you?? I have it as Well,” wrote a third user.
“It’s very disappointing & a racist as Well, I thought you were better than this,” said someone else.
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“Native americans are not costumes… the user is locked.
The stars do not respond directly to her opponents’ claims of cultural appropriation is different than in an article, entitled “The Illogic of Cultural Appropriation.” However, this does not mean that they are not engaged in its own process. Several users have reported to have been blocked by mr. Anderson’s account of the creation of her Halloween costume.
“I’ve been blocked from Ms. Anderson’s personal account, because, I, like many others, told her what I thought about her, the ugly, the Native-it’s an insult, here’s another photo,” one user wrote. “In the prison with them.”
“#pamelaanderson blocked me on twitter because she got called out for being a hypocrite and posting her Halloween costume and head-dress. So, today, be able to get away with what ever they want to?” one of the other user’s claimed to be.
A rep for Anderson not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.