to connectVideoHalsey explosion, hotels are only offering the ” white people’s shampoo
The Pop star Halsey took to social media to share her frustration about the hotels that have them out of the “people of color,” tweet about the lack of shampoo options, and while they’re on the road.
Not all of Halsey’s fans was the singer’s cover of the Rolling Stone’s Hot Issue, the 24-year-old with her natural hair, and unshaven arm pits. But, Halsey had to have the support of a famous friend: Demi Lovato.
“There’s so much yes about this picture, idk where to start,” Lovato commented on Halsey’s Instagram post on the magazine’s cover.
Even though Lovato was clear in its support for thousands of the singer’s fans were quick to comment on the pictures — some of whom are to be welcomed, the publication will not be for the processing of her arm to be smoother, and others who have the opposite opinion.
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“Not a photoshopped arms! Hell, yes!”, wrote one fan.
“I want my stubbly underarms and saw that it was called,” he said to the other person.
“Why do I love the fact that they were frequently under arms,” said a third.
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Yet another wrote: “Why do girls not shave their bits? I’m confused.”
“Why are the underarm hair,” is a different question.
The others were quick to call up Halsey, and to the publication of her skin is darker than normal.
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“Cultural appropriation at its best,” said.
“Someone has to tell her that she’s not black,” said the other.
“So, they want to look ‘natural’ by showing her in her arms, but it’s still thousands and thousands of [dollars], that is, the UNNATURAL-looking tan,” said a third.
Halsey, in 2017, in an interview with Playboy magazine, however, opened up about growing up as a biracial (her father is African American and her mother is White, as per Yahoo!) At the time, and they said that they’re “white passing”, but it considers itself to be a “black woman”.
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“I’m a white-passing. I’ve accepted that about myself, and I have never attempted to control anything about the black culture that is not mine. I am proud to be a biracial family, and I am proud of who I am, and I’m proud of it,” she said.
“I look like a white girl, but I don’t feel that way. I am a black woman,” she added, in one portion.
Fox News’ Madeline Farber contributed to this report.