Merchandise from Shakira's current world tour has been pulled by concert promoters Live Nation after some fans claimed that a necklace contained Nazi imagery.
The gold Shakira El Dorado World Tour necklace, which was available to buy online and at concerts, was accused of bearing resemblance to the Sun Wheel or Black Sun symbol, an image that has since been appropriated by neo-Nazi hate groups.
Addressing the similarities on Twitter last week, Live Nation explained that the necklace they had designed was based on "Pre-Columbian imagery".
Live Nation went on to say that any resemblance of the necklace design to neo-Nazi imagery was "unintentional" and apologised to any fans concerned.
"We sincerely apologize for this inadvertent similarity and have permanently pulled the item from the tour collection," they added.
This isn't the first time a Nazi symbol has appeared to crop up in an unexpected place – just last week the hugely-popular game Fortnite Battle Royale was forced to issue a fix after a swastika was spotted in the game by players.
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The swastika appeared when four metal floorboards were placed next to each other in the game as a group of players built a dance floor. The game's developers Epic Games quickly addressed the issue and called it "inadvertent" before re-designing the scene in question.