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The singer, Maggie Rogers, called on the two men for sexually harassing her in the middle of a recent live performance in Austin, Texas.
The “Lights” singer took to Instagram on Sunday to share a message and a warning to fans about what had happened the night before. They say that they have been carried out on the access control list for a Live show at the Moody Theatre in Austin, texas, where the two men have shouted inappropriate things to her during her final song, “Alaska.”
“every night, for the ‘alaska’ to the acoustic encore, and I’m talking about gratitude, and growth and change. it is the most vulnerable part of the set-up. just me and a guitar, before I say good night,” Rogers wrote in her post. “Last night, in the middle of the speech, a man shouted” take your top off. “another joined in, and said:” you’re cute, you know.'”
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She went on to say, “I was very surprised. Angry. Love it. In the war, too. And, on a very basic level, it really hurt my feelings.”
This is a cover was released by Capitol Records shows “, He Heard, In A previous Life,” by Maggie Rogers, who recently called inappropriate by fans during her concert.
(Capitol Records via AP)
The star went on to explain that she is taking her time on the stage, very seriously and it is usually supported by a “community.”
“We are creating a safe space to interact with each other. In order to light. To celebrate the release. There is a deep amount of trust,” Rogers wrote. “I have to step on the stage every night with a deep reverence in front of the stage, with my trade, and the privilege of playing music for my life’s work. I have been writing and producing music for 10 years, my body has been my main instrument for their communication to be effective.”
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The singer decided that her long statement on the case is a warning to everyone who is trying to get inappropriate during a performance of her in the future.
“I want to be at this point very, very clear. There is no place for sexual harassment or failure to comply, or damage of any kind in my tone of voice,” she wrote. “Be kind to one another.”
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Rogers is the caption for the whole text, Instagram post, with the mention of the first man who catcalled her, writing: “don’t take your top off.”