British artist Dua Lipa, 23, gave this Wednesday a concert in Shanghai, the most populous city in China with about 24 million inhabitants, in which security personnel expelled several of their fans for displaying LGTBI flags, as reported Various media, such as The Guardian or BBC. The singer, songwriter and model, of Albanian-Kosovar descent, has written this Thursday a message in his social networks in which he says he is proud of his fans: "I will support them for their love and their beliefs and I am proud and grateful that they felt what Safe enough to show themselves as they are in my concert. "
Several videos posted on social networks show the security staff pulling several attendants out of their seats. The Dua Lipa concert was held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in the Qingpu district. "What you did requires a lot of courage. I always want my music to provide people with strength, hope and unity. I was horrified by what happened and I support all my affected fans. I would like to come back for you when the time is right and hopefully see a room full of rainbows. I love you, Shanghai, "has written in his social networks Dua Lipa.
Shanghai ❤ ️ pic.twitter.com/mxLHxj2Y3y— DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) September 13, 2018
The British artist, as can be seen in some of the videos published on social networks, begins to feel annoyed after the forcible expulsion of several of his fans during his concert this Wednesday in Shanghai. The singer, who seems affected, says: "I want to create a safe environment for all of us to have a good one. I want to dance, to sing, I want, in short, that we just have a good time. We don't have much left, just a few more tracks, and I would love to really disfrutásemos these last songs. "
Wednesday's concert at Shanghai has been the second and last of Dua Lipa's first tour of Chinese lands after his performance in Guangzhou on Tuesday, September 11th.