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Forever 21 apologies for the ad with white model to sell the “Black Panther” shirt

2:47 PM PT &#821 1; A rope for Forever 21 tells us: "Forever 21 reviews our products and marketing extremely seriously. We celebrate all superheroes with many different models of different ethnicities and apologize for The photograph in question was offensive in some way. " The model has also been replaced for one of only the shirt. This is definitely a "You may want to think" moment of Forever 21 . The dealer uses a white model to try to sell you his "Black Panther" merch for Christmas. Oh, boy … The pictures are live on their side right now for Forever 21s Wakanda Forever Fair Isle Sweater. It's a blonde-haired, blue-eyed white dude rockin's own Christmas sweater, with a "Wakanda Forever" slogan and a black Panther mask on the front. There's definitely no surveillance either – someone on F21 really thought it would be a good idea because they have the model's statistics on the same page … he's 6 "and sports a medium fit. [19659006] We do not say there's anything wrong with white people who support "Black Panther" or even carry something like this – on the contrary more power to them. But not having a black model for this Christmas mourning campaign seems unpleasant and just stupid, if you ask us. Sometimes common sense is not only so common, is it? Originally published – 01:08 PT

2:47 PM PT &#821

1; A rope for Forever 21 tells us: “Forever 21 reviews our products and marketing extremely seriously. We celebrate all superheroes with many different models of different ethnicities and apologize for The photograph in question was offensive in some way. ”

The model has also been replaced for one of only the shirt.

This is definitely a “You may want to think” moment of Forever 21 . The dealer uses a white model to try to sell you his “Black Panther” merch for Christmas. Oh, boy …

The pictures are live on their side right now for Forever 21s Wakanda Forever Fair Isle Sweater. It’s a blonde-haired, blue-eyed white dude rockin’s own Christmas sweater, with a “Wakanda Forever” slogan and a black Panther mask on the front.

There’s definitely no surveillance either – someone on F21 really thought it would be a good idea because they have the model’s statistics on the same page … he’s 6 “and sports a medium fit. [19659006] We do not say there’s anything wrong with white people who support “Black Panther” or even carry something like this – on the contrary more power to them.

But not having a black model for this Christmas mourning campaign seems unpleasant and just stupid, if you ask us. Sometimes common sense is not only so common, is it?

Originally published – 01:08 PT

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