When Dua Lipa puts his arms around Elton John in a sweet new photo, she wears a black short top and a transparent blouse to create a chic figure.
Talk about a dynamic duo! Dualipa, 26, and Elton JohnThe 74-year-olds all smiled when they posed for a “perfect night” photo. The Grammy Award winners hugged each other in an Instagram post on September 11. The photo showed Dua shaking a small black top under a long-sleeved transparent top. She also put on a pair of black high-waisted trousers and pointed high heels, and combed her long black hair into a high ponytail.
At the same time, the popular producer of “Little Dancer” looks colorful in a pale green suit decorated with floral embroidery. He also matched black and white shoes and orange glasses, and wore a patterned orange button-down shirt. “A perfect night”, the “Love Again” singer captioned her IG post and added a balloon emoji.
Elton jumped into the comment section and wrote: “The perfect guest.” A few weeks after the legendary musician revealed that he was “shocked” by the rapper big baby‘Homophobia’ Comments at the Rolling Loud Festival July 26. After he told the audience, he accused the 29-year-old of fostering “stigma and discrimination.” Miami Music Festival“If you don’t show HIV, AIDS, or any kind of fatal sexually transmitted disease today, it will make you die within two to three weeks, and then turn your phone on… Guys, if you’re not parking Suck shit in the field, lighter your phone.”
“Floating” rapper, born Jonathan Kirk, And later apologized for the remarks. “Anyone who has been affected by AIDS/AIDS has the right to feel upset. Although I have no intention of offending anyone, what I say is insensitive. So I’m sorry,” he wrote on Twitter. Nevertheless, when Elton John made a statement on his behalf, he criticized the singer. AIDS Foundation.
“In the recent DaBaby show, we read about misinformation and homophobic statements about HIV, and we were shocked by that. This fuels stigma and discrimination and runs counter to what our world needs to fight the AIDS pandemic,” he wrote. Then it listed the facts about HIV and its impact, and pointed out, “The misunderstanding of homosexuality and HIV has no place in our society and industry. As musicians, we must protect the most marginalized in our community. People spread sympathy and love. The job of a musician is to bring people together.”