The Weeknd Severs Ties with H&M After "Deeply Offensive" Product Photo

The Weeknd Severs Ties with H&M After

The Weeknd Severs Ties with H&M After "Deeply Offensive" Product Photo

In response, Canadian singer The Weeknd, who has collaborated with H&M to launch two collections in 2017, said that he will no longer work with the brand.

Clothing retailer H&M apologized Monday after featuring on its United Kingdom website a young black male model wearing a sweatshirt that said "monkey" on its front.

"I am certain H&M is aware of the negative connotations presented", wrote one Twitter user.

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Nivea, part of German skincare group Beiersdorf, pulled an ad with a slogan "white is purity" in April, after it was shared by right wing groups. "10078&utm_campaign=Online%20Tracking%20Link&iradtype=ONLINE_TRACKING_LINK&irmpname=Skimbit%20Ltd.&irmptype=mediapartner&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=ir">since removed them. "We sincerely apologize for this image", H&M's media-relations team said in a statement. The ad appeared on the Swedish retailer's British online store. "Therefore, we have not only removed the image from our channels, but also the garment from our product offering globally". "You know the history of racist using the term "monkey" to demean people of African descent. and you put this on your website".

"This is how we should represent our men as kings thank you!", one person said, while another added: "Yaaass, you're so, you're so, you're so AWESOME!"

"In the year 2018 there's no way brands/art directors can be this negligent and lack awareness...."

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