Dua Lipa cut a picture of the black field and covered it tightly as she wrapped her arm around Elton John in a delicious new pic.
Talk about these two! Dua Lipa, 26, and Elton John, 74, all were smiling as they shared a “very good night.” Grammy winners circled their peers during Sept. 11, which showed Dua shaking a small black seed at the bottom of a long, long handkerchief. He also wore black trousers around his waist and sharp heels, as he re-inserted his crotches into his long neck.
Meanwhile, the hitmaker maker of “Tiny Dancer” looked gorgeous in a green pastel suit adorned with floral fabrics. He also tapped the orange button with the black and white shoes, and the orange-looking glass. “Good night,” the singer “Love Again” wrote his IG notes, adding a balloon emoji.
Elton entered the comments section, writing, “Very good guest.” It comes a few weeks after a well-known singer revealed that he was “shocked” by the rapper DaBaby“homosexuals” comments on the Rolling Loud music festival on July 26. He called for a 29-year-old to add “fasting and discrimination” after telling the audience Miami Festival, “If you haven’t been diagnosed with HIV, AIDS, or any other sexually transmitted disease, which could cause you to die in two to three weeks, then put your cell phone lightly… Fellas, if you’re not sucking d *** in the parking lot, start your cell phone lightly. ”
Rapper “Release”, born Jonathan Kirk, he later apologized. “Anyone who has done something about HIV / AIDS has a right to be hurt, what I said was meaningless even though I had no intention of offending anyone. That is why I apologize,” she wrote on Twitter. However, Elton John criticized the singer for voicing her voice Aids Foundation.
“We are shocked to read the falsehoods about HIV and homosexuality in the recent DaBaby show. This creates stigma and discrimination and is in stark contrast to what our country has to do to fight the AIDS epidemic,” he wrote, without citing facts. with HIV and its victims, saying, “Homosexuality and HIV are out of place in our community and in the industry and as musicians, we must spread compassion and love to the less privileged people in our community. The singer’s job is to unite people. ”