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Halsey doubled down in support of abortion rights on Wednesday while responding to fans who were upset by her Sunday night concert in Phoenix, Arizona.
That night, Halsey criticized the recent thing Decision of the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, causing some fans to leave the show.
The 27-year-old singer, who uses the pronouns she/they, begs her fans to “do the job” to protect each person’s rights “for the rest of their lives” while addressing the crowd in Ak-Chin Gallery about their pro-choice stance in the midst of a break in songs.
Halsey then posted on Twitter to back up their point.
“People pay to see you sing, not to hear your point of view” the argument was stupid, “she wrote. “No, you paid to see me use the stage as a form of expression in a way I choose. Sorry, you lack the critical thinking to realize that the eloquent power of music doesn’t always serve your escapism.”
During Sunday’s performance, Halsey paced back and forth as she addressed the crowd by video shared on Twitter.
“The truth is my heart breaks just looking at this audience because I see so many people who deserve incredible lives, people who deserve the health care they need, who deserve the right to choose yourself in a situation where there is a choice,” said Halsey. “I look at each and every one of you, and I don’t want you to be in a situation where you don’t have access to it.
“If you don’t like it, you can go home right away, I don’t care.”
One fan tweeted: “THE PEOPLE’S MONEY GIVEN ONLY THE HALSEY CERTIFICATE AFTER NIGHTMARE WHEN SHE TELLS ABOUT SICKED REFERRAL. WHAT’S RIGHT.”
The “Without Me” singer didn’t sound strange when he wrote, “The failure of outdoor venues: there’s no door to hit them on their way out.”
Halsey shared similar words with the audience at Tuesday night’s show in Dallas at the Dos Equis Pavilion, where People magazine reported fans began chanting “F — [Texas Attorney General] Ken Paxton! “And” F — [Governor] Greg Abbott! “
“So honored to have my audience,” Halsey tweeted Wednesday. “Proud that they foster a space where emotion and action meet. Love what I do. And expect me to always tell the truth when I get there. The show has to go on.”
Halsey and partner Alev Aydin welcome son Ender Ridley in July 2021.
SCOTUS’s decision of June 24 has ended recognition of constitutional rights abortion, has been practiced since 1973, and gives individual countries the power to allow, restrict or outright ban the practice.
Supreme Court justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh voted in favor of ending landmark federal abortion protection. Chief Justice John Roberts disapproved of Roe’s termination.
“The majority came to appreciate Roe and Casey for one and only reason: because they always despised them, and now they have the votes to remove them,” said judges Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. written in a joint volume, 59 pages of dissent.
“In Appreciating Roe and Casey, This Court betrays its guiding principles. With sadness – for this Court, but more than that, for the millions of American women who today have lost basic constitutional protection – we disagree. “