Queen’s current live vocalist Adam Lambert shared his reaction after the cancellation of the Pride parade by sharing a new post on his Instagram Stories and showed his support to the LGBTQ+ community.
After most of the country canceled the Pride parade because of the coronavirus outbreak, Adam unveiled his thoughts about this situation. He stated that even though they canceled the parade, the Pride is right the moment we live, and it is the most authentic thing in decades.
Here is what Adam Lambert said:
“They didn’t cancel the Pride this year, the canceled Pride(TM) this year. Pride is right now and it’s most authentic it’s been in decades.”
You can check out the post below.
About two weeks ago, Adam Lambert has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and showed his support to the black people.
After seeing the murder of George Floyd, Adam criticized the police officers’ behavior in his tweet and stated that the country doesn’t need these bad cops. In this way, he showed his gratitude to the good police officers.
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