Rihanna rallies against Indiana’s ‘bulls**t’ anti-gay law during concert
Rihanna has spoken out against Indiana’s controversial ‘religious freedom’ law that allows businesses to refuse to serve gay people.
The state’s Governor Mike Pence recently signed into law the controversial ‘Religious Freedom Restoration Act’, which gives people the right to discriminate against gay people on the grounds of religion.
The ‘S&M’ singer was performing in Indiapolis as part of the NCAA March Madness Music Fest when she spoke out against the law.
Referring to the state’s new RFRA inbetween songs, Rihanna said: “Who’s feeling these new bulls**t laws that they’re trying to pass over here?
“I say f**k that s**t… we’re just living our motherf***ing lives, Indiana!”
The singer also got the crowd to chant: “f**k that s**t”.
Scrubs stars Zach Braff and Donald Faison recently offered to make pizza for same-sex weddings in the state, after a pizzeria declared it would use the new anti-gay law to turn away orders from gay weddings.
However, the pair might struggle to find someone to take them up on their offer.
Out comedian Rosie O’Donnell joked last week of wedding pizza: “Not even lesbians would do that. We might have a potluck, we have bring your own chilli… but that’s only if financial situations are tough..”
Watch the clip below (warning: contains profanity)
rih on the religious freedom bill pic.twitter.com/cOhGZ9TMKq
— Mikela (@innerwildflower) April 5, 2015