The hashtag #DuaLipaIsOverParty trended Tuesday on Twitter, after the “Cuz I Love You” songstress shared footage of Lipa dancing and throwing money on female strippers.
Lizzo had rented the venue, the Crazy Girls strip club in Los Angeles, to celebrate following the awards show. She posted a clip of herself and another of the night’s top nominees, Lil Nas X, to Instagram Stories. Singer Rosalía, named the winner in the category of Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album, and fashion designer Alexander Wang were there, too.
However, Lipa appeared to be the only one who was called out.
Her team did not immediately respond to Yahoo Entertainment’s request for comment.
Some people came to her defense. They questioned why she was being singled out for the negative attention, and they pointed out that there’s nothing wrong with an adult supporting the strippers.
So y’all mad because Dua Lipa, a whole grown woman, was turning up with her friends / peers at a strip club? Y’all mad because sis was helping some strippers make bank that night? And then y’all wonder why we say society is soft today #dualipaisoverparty pic.twitter.com/OCyj1ElYyr— fero🇩🇴 (@JJtheClappedGod) January 28, 2020
i can’t believe some of yall are really tryna cancel dua for going to a strip club......lizzo and lil nas x went there as well and i don’t see y’all cancelling them. like damn just let people have fun, she didn’t do anything wrong. none of them did anything wrong period— 𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐚𝐡 (@gwsjupiter) January 28, 2020
The fact that soooo many people are cancelling Dua for going to a strip club....is hilarious. Why don’t you do the same for the other artists that do the exact same thing. #dualipaisoverparty pic.twitter.com/kD4n2kG3CJ— 🦋 Andrea 🦋 (@andialvx) January 28, 2020
Why are people mad about Dua lipa going to a strip club??— Manny (@dasomenu) January 28, 2020
If your fav sexist, cheating male artist did the same Yall would pay him respect. Double standards. #dualipaisoverparty
Lipa, who was the 2019 Grammy for Best New Artist winner, has yet to react on social media. She said in an interview with the BBC in November that she does sometimes drop into the comments section of Twitter and other platforms but she tries to do it in moderation.
“Social media can be such an amazing tool, and it can be so fun to share things but at the same time it’s almost like a breeding ground for hate and anxiety,” Lipa said at the time.
Not that she has a lot of time these days. Lipa’s new song, “Physical,” comes out Jan. 30. The track is the third single from her upcoming second album, Future Nostalgia.
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