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Megan Thee Stallion blasts ‘really embarrassing’ hometown Texas at Glastonbury after Roe vs Wade ruling
Megan Thee Stallion blasted the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe vs Wade during her Glastonbury set on Saturday evening.This week, it was announced that the Supreme Court in America had decided to overturn the Roe vs Wade decision from 50 years ago, putting an end to guaranteed abortion rights.Numerous people and celebrities have spoken out in horror against the ruling, including Viola Davis, Billie Eilish, Michelle Obama and Lizzo.During her incredible set, Megan paused between songs to address the ruling.‘You guys know it wouldn’t be me if I don’t take a second to call out these stupid damn men, I mean God damn, what else do you want?’ she said.‘Texas is really embarrassing me right now,’ she said of her home state.The Hot Girl Summer rapper added: ‘That’s my home state, and I want to have it on the record that the m*****f***ing hot boys and hot girls do not support this b******* that you’re campaigning for.‘My body my m*****f***ing choice,’ she concluded, asking the crowd to repeat the sentiment.‘Let’s put all our middle fingers up right now.’Texas’ Republican Governor Greg Abbott has celebrated the high court allowing states ‘to protect the lives of all unborn babies in America’.
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Miranda Lambert shares heartbreak after tragic Texas school shooting
Miranda Lambert has expressed her deep sadness over the tragic events that took place in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday.MORE: Amy Schumer, Matthew McConaughey, and more react to Texas school shootingThe country music singer revealed she is heartbroken after learning that 19 children and two adults were killed by a lone gunman who opened fire at Robb Elementary School, where children aged seven to ten were being taught.WATCH: CBS Mornings' Tony Dokoupil shares emotional message from family of AR-15 inventorTaking to her Instagram Stories, Miranda shared a photo of an outline map of Texas, which featured the words, "Pray for Uvalde, Texas" written in the middle, alongside a drawing of a heart.Underneath the picture, Miranda added a broken heart emoji to portray her devastation over the horrific Texas shooting.MORE: Hoda Kotb hosts Today alone and delivers heartbreaking message about the Texas shootingMORE: Barack Obama says 'these tragedies must end' following Sandy Hook shooting An 18-year-old suspect entered the school with a handgun, an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, and high-capacity magazines, according to investigators. He was killed by law enforcement after his attack.Texas Governor Greg Abbott said the shooter, who he named as Salvador Ramos, abandoned a vehicle before entering the school to "horrifically, incomprehensibly" open fire.
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Madonna calls for gun control reform following Uvalde school shooting
Madonna has called on the US government to reform fire arm safety in the wake of the Uvalde school shooting, which left 19 young children and two adults dead.On Tuesday (May 24), an 18-year-old gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School, which teaches children aged seven to 10. Texas Governor Greg Abbott confirmed that the suspect was later shot dead by responding law enforcement officials.Following the attack, many figures from the entertainment world expressed their anger following the mass shooting including Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Finneas, actor Chris Evans, Migos rapper Offset, Peter Frampton, Black Sabbath‘s Geezer Butler, Patton Oswalt, NBA star LeBron James and Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr and US President Joe Biden.Now, Madonna has taken to Instagram to call for stricter gun control.“I cannot imagine the heartache and heartbreak the parents of these 19 children must feel,” she wrote alongside a clip from her 2019 ‘God Control’ music video.A post shared by Madonna (@madonna)“I have children in elementary school and if they did not come home from school one day I don’t think I could survive.”She questioned how the 18-year-old suspect “can purchase 2 automatic rifles on his birthday with no background check, no safety training, no questions asked?????”“The NRA refuses to change its position and legislation cannot get one bill passed that requires tougher fire arm safety laws,” she continued.
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Matthew McConaughey shares heartbreak over Texas school shooting in his hometown: ‘We are failing to be responsible’
Matthew McConaughey has spoken out following the devastating mass shooting at a school in his hometown of Texas. A gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde on Tuesday, shooting dead at least 19 people including children and teachers. Texas Governor Greg Abbott later identified the suspected gunman as 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, who was reportedly a student at Uvalde High School.  McConaughey, who is a proud lifelong Texan, paid tribute to the victims of the tragedy. In a statement shared on social media, the Oscar-winning actor said: ‘As you all are aware there was another mass shooting today, this time in my home town of Uvalde, Texas. ‘Once again, we have tragically proven that we are failing to be responsible for the rights our freedoms grant us.‘This is an epidemic we can control, and whichever side of the aisle we may stand on, we all know we can do better.‘We must do better.’ The Wolf of Wall Street actor, 52, continued: ‘Action must be taken so that no parent has to experience what the parents in Uvalde and the others before them have endured.‘And to those who dropped off their loved ones today not knowing it was goodbye, no words can comprehend or heal your loss, but if prayers can provide comfort, we will keep them coming.’ McConaughey has been outspoken about gun law reform over the years, and said in 2018: ‘At the same time, let’s admit that we have an epidemic in our country right now that we need to fix. And those of us who are legal and responsible American citizen gun owners, it’s time to join hands. ‘It’s time to get into the arena.