Dua Lipa Condemns Organization’s NYT Ad That Accused Her of Antisemitism

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Singer Dua Lipa is blasting an organization that paid for a full-page ad in The New York Times that called her antisemitic for her support of Palestinians, saying it used her name “shamelessly” to “advance their ugly campaign with falsehoods and blatant misrepresentations.”

In the rambling ad which appeared in Saturday’s newspaper in the main section, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, the head of the World Values Network, named Lipa, and the models Bella and Gigi Hadid as three “mega-influencers” who have “accused Israel of ethnic cleansing” and “vilified the Jewish State.”

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The songstress took to Twitter on Saturday afternoon to reject the ‘false and appalling allegations’ and said the World Values Network twisted what she stands for. 

She wrote: “The World Values Network are shamelessly using my name to advance their ugly campaign with falsehoods… I stand in solidarity with all oppressed people and reject all forms of racism.”

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More than 250 Palestinians have been killed, including 65 children and 40 women, and around 2000 others injured in Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip. Ten Israelis have also been killed by Palestinian rocket fire from the Gaza Strip.

Many celebrities have taken to social media to post pro-Palestinian messages, including the singer Zayn, Roger Waters, The Weeknd and Mark Ruffalo. Lipa is dating Anwar Hadid, Gigi and Bella’s brother.