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Kendrick Lamar Chants “Godspeed For Women’s Rights” During Powerful Glastonbury Set

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Kendrick Lamar Chants “Godspeed For Women’s Rights” During Powerful Glastonbury Set

Kendrick Lamar made use of the ultimate times of his headlining Glastonbury Competition established to reference the Supreme Court’s recent determination to overturn Roe v. Wade, reversing the landmark 1973 choice that dominated the US Structure shields a woman’s suitable to have a safe and sound abortion.

For the duration of his last music of the evening, ‘Savior’, the rapper frequently chanted, “They judge you, they judged Christ / Godspeed for women’s legal rights,” although bogus blood poured from a diamond-encrusted crown of thorns Lamar wore through the established. View that moment under.

Lamar performed a slew of other cuts from new album Mr. Morale & the Massive Steppers through his pageant-closing established, including ‘Count Me Out’, ‘N95’, ‘Silent Hill’ and ‘United in Grief’.

Lamar is a person of quite a few artists who utilized their system at Glastonbury to highlight the overturning of Roe v. Wade and the danger to reproductive legal rights that the final decision poses. During her established, Olivia Rodrigo devoted a cover of Lily Allen‘s ‘Fuck You’, joined by Allen herself, to the US Supreme Court.

“I’m devastated and terrified. So numerous women and so lots of women are likely to die due to the fact of this,” Rodrigo informed the crowd. “I desired to dedicate this following music to the 5 users of the Supreme Court docket who have showed us that at the conclusion of the day, they actually never give a shit about independence. The song goes out to the justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Brett Kavanaugh. We loathe you.”

Phoebe Bridgers – who has beforehand been open about her very own activities with abortion – led a chant of “Fuck the Supreme Court” throughout her own set.

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