The star and other artists who were present at the Los Angeles venue, including Lizzo and Lil Nas X, were criticised for “exploiting women” and being “anti-feminist”.
Dua Lipa has actually reacted to the backlash she faced last year for being filmed at a strip club after the Grammys.
In a brand-new interview, Lipa has talked about the online furore around the after-party. “I simply seem like, if youre a feminist, you have to also support women in all fields of work,” she told Rolling Stone.
After footage of Lipa tossing money over ladies and putting notes in dancers underwear was published online, the hashtag #dualipaisoverparty trended on Twitter.
Dua Lipa CREDIT: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for dcp
” We have to support sex workers, we have to believe that [work] is their option and their right. It appears quite hypocritical, I believe, people selecting and picking regarding how they wish to support ladies and when it matches them. Thats another kind of misogyny, which really obtains from the male look.”
It seems rather hypocritical, I think, individuals choosing and selecting as to how they want to support ladies and when it fits them. Thats another kind of misogyny, which actually derives from the male gaze.”
The reworked track initially appeared in Lipas Studio 2054 livestream concert and includes added instrumentation and a somewhat more positive tempo, as well as vocals from the London singer.
Previously this month, Lipa shared how her experience of running her own social media channels offered her stress and anxiety, forcing her to hand control over to her management team.
” I would get stress and anxiety,” she stated. “And I resembled, This shouldnt be the method that Im experiencing this once-in-a-lifetime experience. It was tinkering my self-confidence. I d be super-nervous, wondering what everybodys gon na say.”
On the other hand, the singer just recently featured on a remix of Kylie Minogues tune Real Groove.
I d be super-nervous, wondering what everyones gon na say.”