When Demi Lovato released her latest music video, "No Promises," Twitter reacted - and not just to her vocals. They went in about another detail in the video: her hair, which had some Twitter users calling her out for cultural appropriation because they thought she was wearing dreadlocks.
It isn't the first time the singer's landed in hot water for her hair: She wore dreadlocks back in 2014.
- Aguante BOCA caretas (@AbiLedesma_) June 22, 2014
Dreadlocks were birthed in the Rastafarian society of Jamaica and carry strong cultural and religious ties to that community. While it's up for debate whether or not it's wrong for non-black people to wear hairstyles with such strong historical implications, many Twitter users take issue with styles like dreadlocks becoming "trends." Celebrities sometimes wear hairstyles that are deeply rooted in other cultures, with no credit given to where the look originated.
Some Twitter users jumped to Demi's defence, saying her hair wasn't actually dreaded but twisted.
You can be the judge, but one thing's for sure: It's another heated debate.
Watch the full music video below:
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