Spirit Halloween under fire for offensive costume

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By: Rob Smith

Spirit Halloween, which has pop-up shops around the US and Canada, is under fire for selling a costume that some say is offensive to indigenous people.

It's called the 'Reservation Royalty Native American' costume, and Twitter users aren't having it.

One user wanted to know why the store is still selling such a costume in 2016.

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Other retailers of course are guilty of selling offensive costumes.

Costumes like a so called 'Sexy Arab' and 'Sexy Geisha' have been spotted online and there's a costume labeled "Mexican Man" that is just not OK.

And, if you're thinking about doing blackface to dress up as Nicki Minaj for halloween?

Here's a tip: don't.

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