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Bella Hadid apologizes after fans say she disrespected Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates

USATODAY.com Monday, 17 June 2019
Bella Hadid faced backlash after posting an Instagram of the sole of her foot facing three planes, including a Saudi plane and a UAE plane that featured each country's flag.
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Supermodel Bella Hadid has apologised for appearing to diss the flags of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in a shoe post.

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