“I feel like I’ve done enough good in the world that God’s gonna forgive me for eating some pussy.”
American singer-songwriter Halsey had the perfect clap-back for people who bring anti-LGBTQ propaganda to her concerts.
She tweeted: “People bring anti-LGBT religious propaganda to my concerts a lot and it’s like, I feel like I’ve done enough good in the world that God’s gonna forgive me for eating some pussy.”
Can we get a ‘yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas!’ up in here puh-leez?
people bring anti-LGBT religious propaganda to my concerts a lot and it’s like, I feel like I’ve done enough good in the world that God’s gonna forgive me for eating some pussy.
— h (@halsey) August 27, 2018
After winning Outstanding Music Artist at the 2018 GLAAD Media Awards earlier this year, Halsey opened up about her sexuality and told fans that she’s “working really hard to be a better representative of the LGBT community.”
She delivered a moving speech in a pre-recorded video, where she admitted: “I’m a young, bisexual woman, and I’ve spent a large part of my life trying to validate myself to my friends, to my family, to myself – trying to prove that who I love and how I feel is not a phase.”
Halsey also revealed that she’s tried “really hard to find the courage this year to write female pronouns” within her music.
The Bad At Love star also delivered statistics on homelessness within the LGBTQ community in her speech.
“It’s estimated that up to 40 per cent of homeless youth are minors who are part of the LGBT community. Many of them have been ostracised by their families and from their communities because people don’t agree with their ‘lifestyle’.”
She added: “I beg you to go home and to check out your local homeless youth services and see if they offer anything targeted towards the LGBT youth. See how you can get involved.”
Watch Halsey’s acceptance speech below: