Dua Lipa has joined fellow celebrities Elton John and George Clooney by urging her followers to boycott Brunei-owned businesses. This is after the country instituted a penal code which punishes homosexuality with death.
Dua wrote on Twitter: “Gay rights are human rights. Boycott the the industries and the people that believe in inhumane anti LGBT+ laws. Taking a stand today and forever to show support. The fight is never over we’re only scratching the surface but we need to be louder than ever. #BoycottBrunei”
Gay rights are human rights. Boycott the the industries and the people that believe in inhumane anti LGBT+ laws. Taking a stand today and forever to show support. The fight is never over we’re only scratching the surface but we need to be louder than ever. #BoycottBrunei 🏳️🌈 pic.twitter.com/hFkaa27KzD
— DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) April 4, 2019
Previously, George Clooney started the boycott with his friend Elton John following suit.
Sir Elton tweeted: “I commend my friend, #GeorgeClooney, for taking a stand against the anti-gay discrimination and bigotry taking place in the nation of #Brunei—a place where gay people are brutalised, or worse—by boycotting the Sultan’s hotels.”
Do you agree with the boycott against Brunei-owned businesses? What are your thoughts on the penal code? Have your say by leaving a comment below.
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