Halsey wants to make one thing very clear: her performing at the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show doesn’t mean her beliefs align with a recent comment made by a representative of the company. In case you missed it, Victoria’s Secret’s Chief Marketing Director, Ed Razek, said the show would not include plus-size or transgender models because it is supposed to be a “fantasy” (seeming to imply that no one would ever fantasize about plus-size or trans woman).
He has since apologized for his remarks, but Halsey made it perfectly clear she does not in any way support his remarks. Shortly after the performance aired on CBS, Halsey posted a lengthy letter on Instagram, calling out the lingerie company for their lack of inclusivity.
She also directed fans to GLSEN, an organization dedicated to protecting LGBTQ youth.
Model Bella Hadid reposted Halsey’s post to her Insta Stories, alongside a red heart emoji. Fans also flooded Halsey’s Twitter feed with messages of support, thanking the “Bad at Love” singer for using her voice to call out injustice.
Learn more about GLSEN by visiting their website here.