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Olivia Rodrigo Dedicates "F–kYou" Performance to Supreme Court Judges

Olivia Rodrigo literally gave the Supreme Court judge a big "f–kyou" during her set at the Glastonbury Festival on Saturday.

The singer took Lily Allen to stage, played the latter hit "F–k you" and voted to overturn theRoe v. Wade case  5 Dedicated to the Supreme Court Justice of Man. 6} Friday.

"This will kill so many women and many girls," said 19-year-old Rodrigo.

"I'm scared of devastation. I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court. They, after all, they really have an opinion about freedom. He showed me that he didn't say. "

A former Disney Channel star added: "This song is Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh. We hate you! We hate you."

Then , Pair played a 2009 hit by a British singer. It contains the lyrics "F–k you, f–k you very, very, /". ..

Olivia Rodrigo, Lily Allen

Rodrigo told the crowd, "This is actually my first." Glastonbury, and I share this stage with Lily, which makes this my biggest dream ever come true. "

" But the same goes for what happened in America yesterday. " I'm in love with you, "she added.

Olivia Rodrigo
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While the "Dejuv" hit maker spoke, 37-year-old Allen You can see that he is lifting his two middle fingers. After the Supreme Court announced that it had overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, she joined many othercelebrities who spoke.

For the past 49 years, abortion has been legal in the United States on the premise that it is the protected right of the person to choose what to do with his body.

Olivia Rodrigo, Lily Allen

The state now has the authority to pass its own laws surrounding abortion. I have an abortion. Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, and South Dakota have already banned abortions since the decision was announced.

Taylor Swift was one of the celebrities on Twitter, and told to her followers, "This is our whereabouts. Those who are fighting for women's rights to their bodies, today's decision robbed us of it. "