Pop singer Halsey criticized fans for walking away from her concert on Sunday when she launched a pro-abortion rant about the US Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
“Disadvantage of doing outdoor locations: no door to hit them on the way out,” the Grammy-nominated singer wrote on Twitter afterward.
Parade reports that Halsey, 27, railed against pro-life advocates at an outdoor concert on Sunday in Phoenix, Arizona, saying the Supreme Court is “really aware” to allow states to ban abortion again.
“If you’re mad in this audience right now, and you’re sharing stats on Instagram and infographics and saying… ‘That’s damn it,’ what you should do instead is share stories about how you’ve got on somehow benefited from abortion,” she told the crowd.
Halsey said she is heartbroken for the women in her audience because they “deserve the right to health care,” which means abortion. She urged her fans to advocate against pro-life laws and for abortions.
“Some of the I’m looking at right now will one day need an abortion, and you deserve it. Whether it’s a life-threatening situation or not, you deserve it,” she continued.
Halsey told her pro-life fans they could leave if she didn’t like her abortion views.
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“If you don’t like it, you can go home now,” she said as a few people walked out, according to Parade. ‘I do not care. If you don’t like it, I don’t know why you came to a Halsey concert.”
After the concert, the singer shared a tweet from a fan who criticized people running away.
“THE AMOUNT OF PEONUMBERO HAD JUST LEFT OUT OF THE HALSEY CONCERT AFTER A NIGHTMARE WHEN SHE TALKED ABOUT ABORTION WAS SICK. FIGHT FOR WHAT’S RIGHT. #AbortionRightsAreHumanRights #MYBODYMYCHOICE #halsey @halsey,” the fan wrote.
Halsey has been open about her pro-abortion views for years. In 2017, she attended a lavish 100th-anniversary gala for the abortion chain Planned Parenthood and a list of other big-name celebrities. She donated $100,000 to the billion-dollar abortion group that same year.
Last week, another pop singer, Pink sent a similar message to her pro-life fans in response to the Supreme Court ruling, saying, “…please, in the name of your lord, never listen to my music again.” She later added: “And also f— right away. We good?”
“We believe that Roe and Casey should be overruled. The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of any state from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Roe and Casey have usurped that authority. We now reject those decisions and return that authority to the people and their elected representatives,” Judge Samuel Alito wrote before the majority.
Since the ruling, 13 states have banned abortions, with more expected to come in the coming weeks.
For nearly 50 years, Roe forced states to legalize the killing of unborn babies for any reason until they were viable and allowed states to legalize abortions indefinitely until birth. The ruling made the United States one of only seven countries worldwide to allow elective abortions after 20 weeks. As a result, more than 63 million unborn babies have been aborted.
Now states are again allowed to make their laws regarding abortion. Researchers at the Guttmacher Institute estimate that as many as 26 will protect unborn babies by banning or strictly restricting abortions. These laws are expected to save hundreds of thousands of unborn babies from abortion each year.