Moments after the highly-anticipated Victoria's Secret Fashion Show aired this past Sunday night, performer Halsey took to social media to express her disappointment in the comments made by L Brands' chief marketing officer, Ed Razek, earlier in November.
In a note posted to her Instagram account, Halsey said the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show "was supposed to be the best night of my life," but Razek's controversial response to whether or not the brand would feature "transsexuals" in the show shattered what she once considered a dream opportunity.
Halsey, who is bisexual, took aim at the brand and made clear she doesn't agree with Razek's comments even though she performed at the show.
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"As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I have no tolerance for a lack of inclusivity. Especially not one motivated by stereotype," she wrote. Halsey then directed her followers to check out GLSEN, an organization dedicated to improving how "lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning" students are treated in school and in their communities.
She continued, "If you are a trans person reading this, and these comments have made you feel alienated or invalidated please know that you have allies," she continued. "We stand in solidarity, and complete and total acceptance is the only ‘fantasy’ that I support."
Halsey also noted that she made a sizable donation to GLSEN.