Pop singer Dua Lipa recently expressed her frustration with one of the advertisements posted on the New York Times page. He angrily denounced the advert accusing him of being part of an anti-Semitic group.
The advertisement sponsored by This World Values Network not only accused Lipa, but also dragged the names of two sister models, Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid. The advert described them as “mega-influencers” who had “slandered the Jewish state” and “accused Israel of ethnic cleansing.”
The advert includes what the World Values Network says on its website, which accuses the Lipa and Hadid brothers of forming an “anti-Semitic trinity”. For information, the Head of the World Values Network itself is an organization founded by the orthodox rabbi Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.
“World Values Network is shamelessly using my name to advance their bad campaign with lies,” wrote the “New Rules” singer. “I stand in solidarity with all oppressed people and reject all forms of racism.”
Meanwhile, both Gigi and Bella have openly defended Palestine. Bella did not even escape Israel’s criticism after her video took to the streets to defend Palestine, which went viral some time ago. Meanwhile, Lipa, who is a native of London with Muslim descent, shared on Twitter about her support for Sheikh Jarrah’s Palestinian neighborhood in Jerusalem.
However, Lipa understands that this is a consequence that must be obtained because he has fought for the rights of Palestinians. He also rejected the false accusations that were leveled against him.
“I totally reject the false and gruesome accusations published today in the New York Times ad posted by the World Values Network,” stressed the “IDGAF” singer. “This is the price to pay for defending the human rights of the Palestinian people and fighting the Israeli government.”