So when Pharrell released the album art work for G.I.R.L., he got tons of haters talking about how he is excluding "dark skin" girls and the cover was not diverse enough. Pharrell kept quit for a min until now. He just landed the cover of GQ and in his interview he addressed the drama... READ ON!

"It's insecurity, if you love who you are ... That's why I wrote 'Marilyn Monroe,' man. That which makes you different is what makes you special. You don't gotta be waif, white, and thin to be beautiful. You can be anything that you want to be, and what I chose to do is put my friends on the cover.

The girl that was closest next to me is black, but they didn't know that, so they jumped the gun. And it wasn't all black women. There were a lot of black women that were really angry at some of those girls, but some of those girls are the ones that instantly get mad when they don't see somebody that's dark. And it's like: 'Yo, you don't need nobody to represent you. You represent you. You represent the best version of who you could be."

You can read more from his GQ interview here