HUMAN RIGHTS Singer thinks you shouldn't play in Qatar
Singer Rod Stewart. (Illustration) — Stephan Persch/picture-alliance/Cover Images
Rod Stewart is not an easy boy. Even for a million dollars, the cult rocker refused; to sing in Qatar for the World Cup. In question, his concerns about the country's humanitarian record.
“I’ve actually been offered a lot of money, over a million dollars, to play there 15 months ago. I refused. It's not right to go there. Iranians should also be exposed. away for supplying arms. You know what, fans have to be careful, don't you think?” this Glasgow Celtic fan (though not Scottish) to the Sunday Times.
Monumental bad buzz
While this 2022 edition of the World Cup is still causing more debate in three days of its opening, all the personalities associated with the event are confronted with a monumental bad buzz. So far, according to Variety, only BTS singer Jung Kook has been released. confirmed as a participant in; the great celebration of football.
Robbie Williams, long heralded as being part of the artists at the poster, still hasn’t given official decision. As for Dua Lipa, who had been the subject of rumors for several days, she split a very cash message on Instagram Stories.
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“There has a lot of speculation that I'm going to perform at; the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar. I will not perform and I’ve never been involved in any negotiation to produce me. I will be cheering England on from afar and look forward to visiting Qatar when it fulfills all the human rights promises it made when it won the right to ;host the World Cup,” she said.