CLC’s Sorn Apologies on Twitter For ” Harper’s Bazaar Singapore” Controversial Photoshoot.
Harper’s Bazaar Singapore faced backlash this week over a photo shoot featuring Sorn. The Singaporean magazine received criticism for Sorn’s hairstyle, which some deemed as cultural appropriation. As the controversy intensified, the magazine decided to remove the photos from its website.
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Sorn’s label, WILD, has issued an official apology in response to the recent editorial shoot with Harper’s Bazaar Singapore. The statement acknowledges the concerns raised and expresses a commitment to prioritizing and safeguarding the well-being of their artist. While emphasizing that the styling decisions were the responsibility of the publication, the label takes ownership of any oversight and expresses deep regret for any offence caused. They assure that they are actively making efforts to address and resolve the situation diligently
The day after the incident, Sorn personally took to Twitter to apologize for the controversial photoshoot
“Hello everyone, this is Sorn.
I want to sincerely apologize for the recent editorial shoot that I’ve done.
While I was not involved in the styling for the shoot, myself and my team shouldn’t have let it proceed. I never meant to upset or offend anyone so please know that I’m really sorry.
I am also so sorry for disappointing my fans who have always given me a lot of support. I’m going to take some time to reflect on my actions and educate myself more.