In addition to touring the world, she is considered a pop star Zara Larson (25) Active on TikTok. There she often shares humorous snippets with her 1.4 million followers.
Lately, the Swede has been in rough weather on the app.
She is accused of expressing herself in a way that degrades LGBT people. She is now responding forcefully to the accusations.
– Edit the comment
On TikTok, the artist explains his side of the story in a video with the text “I hate that I have to do this.”
In the clip, the artist claimed that she responded to a boy when he commented that the star was “irrelevant and her music is bad.”
Larson is said to have replied, “Nevertheless you’re here and hanging.”
This correspondence is said to have been modified into a rhyming slang word for stranger, creating a firestorm of criticism, the 25-year-old believes.
Many media outlets covered the case, incl Aftonbladet.
– Let me say it one last time: I never called anyone a bad word, okay? Larson says in the TikTok clip.
– He edited the comment and said I called it something else, which I didn’t. Anyone who knows me knows that I would never call anyone an insulting word.
She also says that the person in question blocked her and that she receives thousands of comments that she was rude, which she “never will be.”
– You’re so rude in your comments about something I’ve never said before, and it makes me sad.
In conclusion, the star says that she has enjoyed TikTok, but now she needs to log off for a while.
– I’m taking a little break from TikTok because I’m human, and quite honestly, it makes me sad.
Previous criticism storm
However, this is not the first time that Larson has been accused of homophobic attitudes.
In 2019, the star received judgments after YouTube editor James Charles, 23, was accused of flirting with her then-boyfriend.
So many thought the singer was implying that LGBTQ people were behaving harassingly.
Larson wrote in a now-deleted Twitter message, according to People.
The accusation followed rumors that Charles had harassed regular men on social media.
The “Love me land” singer later admitted that Charles texted his girlfriend only once, and apologized for the Twitter statement.
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