Lady Gaga has claimed that she would take a bullet for the LGBT+ community.
The 33-year-old hitmaker paid tribute to her friends during a rally in New York City commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
In her moving speech, the singer, wearing a World Pride t-shirt dress – said: True love – true, true love – is when you would take a bullet for someone. And you know that I would take a bullet for you any day of the week …
While we have made tremendous progress, we find ourselves also at a time where attacks on the trans community are on an increasing rise each day.
I will not tolerate this. And guess what? I know neither will you.
On Friday, the singer – known for her outspoken support of the LGBT+ community – was seen in rainbows as she visited the renowned gay bar where it all began.
The Stonewall Inn Riots, which kick-started the gay rights movement began on 28 June 1969 on the streets of New York.
This community has fought and continued to fight a war of acceptance, a war of tolerance — and the most relentless bravery. she said at the event.
You are the definition of courage, do you know that? This is a celebration of all of you in every single way.
The Born This Way singer posted the look on her Instagram page, writing: I couldnt be more proud of every single person in that crowd and around the world today.
This community inspires me so much.
Your courage, your bravery, your relentless pursuit of kindness. Celebrate yourselves today, and hopefully every day. I love you.
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