Gwen Stefani slams cultural appropriation claims, explains why she doesn’t discuss politics

的 “No Doubt,” 51, singer fended off criticism in a cover interview with 纸质杂志 on Wednesday and told the publication that in her estimation, all cultures have inspiration from many outside influences that make it what it is.

We learn from each other, we share from each other, we grow from each other,” 她说. “And all these rules are just dividing us more and more.

The Harajuku Girls – a name that originates from Tokyo’s Harajuku district – consists of dancers Maya Chino, Jennifer Kita, Rino Nakasone and Mayuko Kitayama. Stefani has reportedly been appearing with the group since the early days of her solo career in 2004.

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Gwen Stefani arrives with Harajuku girls at Capital FM studios for Johnny Vaughan's breakfast show (Photo by Jon Furniss/WireImage) (盖蒂)

Gwen Stefani arrives with Harajuku girls at Capital FM studios for Johnny Vaughan’s breakfast show (Photo by Jon Furniss/WireImage) (盖蒂)

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