June 22, 2018 12:55 PM

One day after Melania Trump‘s fashion controversy (ICYMI: She wore a jacket that read “I Really Don’t Care Do U” while on her way to visit migrant children at the U.S.-Mexican border), Shakira is facing a controversy of her own, surrounding a necklace that people are likening to a Nazi symbol.

A gold necklace sold as part of her El Dorado World Tour merchandise (which was designed by concert producer Live Nation) strikes a scarily similar resemblance to a prominent Nazi symbol, the Black Sun.

The necklace, which retailed for $9.95, looks similar to the ancient German symbol, which was associated with the Nazis and featured on the floor of Wewelsburg Castle, a home base for the SS party during the Nazi era. The symbol is forbidden in Germany, according to German outlet Bento, which first noticed the similarity.

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The necklace has since been removed from the singer’s website, and Live Nation responded on Twitter, saying the design was based on pre-Columbian imagery.

“However some fans have expressed concern that the design bears an unintentional resemblance to Neo-Nazi imagery. We sincerely apologize for this inadvertent similarity and have permanently pulled the item from the tour collection.”

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Earlier, fans pointed out the similarities between the necklace and the symbol on Twitter.

When her merch first came out in May, Shakira shared a video of herself excitedly checking out the selection (however, she did not review the jewelry selection).

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