Dua Lipa talks about sexism in the music industry

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Dua Lipa talks about sexism in the music industry. The singer confesses how she perceives the culture of ‘cancellation’. The singer of ‘ Physical ‘ recently was a trend in networks and now has talked about the situation.

Tremendous war in social networks was lived after the Grammy Awards this year, because in an after party some celebrities threw tickets at the dancers who attended the party, and the videos were published, causing more than one to ‘ cancel ‘to some fashion stars.

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#DuaLipaIsOverParty was one of the hashtags that I use the most, since the British singer was one of the involved, although the video lasts a few seconds, many of the Internet users argued that Dua Lipa was ‘using the double speech’, since a debate on the feminist struggle , the role of the singer and how she had built her career around this issue.

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Although some others came to her defense , saying that she was only having a good time, that they were not degrading women and that Dua was aware of her position as an artist, that she would do nothing to harm a female, now, the also model She has talked a little about what that controversy was for her.

During an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, she was approached about how she sees sexism within the current music industry , to which Dua replied:

“There is less scrutiny about male pop figures , I don’t know, I think the way women are described and compared to men, people just seek to make women an object”

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She also mentioned that the culture of cancellation was interesting, complementing that …

“You know, artists are also people, we learn from mistakes and we apologize when necessary, but if I really believe in what I do, I better not comment. I will not do anything that I consider bad or degrading.”

Dua explained that she does her activities with good intention, but if things go wrong, she would apologize, but that she does not imagine her life being terrified that people cancel her for something that she described as ‘silly’.

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