BRYAN ADAMS Cancels Mississippi Show Over LGBT ‘Religious Liberty’ Bill

BRYAN ADAMS Cancels Mississippi Show Over LGBT ‘Religious Liberty’ Bill
With Bruce Springsteen cancelling shows in North Carolina in response to a newly passed bathroom law, Canadian musician Bryan Adams has followed suit in ditching a Mississippi show in response to highly controversial “religious liberty” legislation being passed.

The newly implemented bill states, “businesses, social workers and public employees cannot be punished for denying services based on the belief that marriage is between a man and a woman or that ‘sexual relations are properly reserved to such a marriage'”.

In response, Adams – also known as Canadian Springsteen and that guy your dad says he doesn’t like but he really does, took to his Instagram to make the announcement, maintaining that whilst he looks forward to returning to the state when things have been made right, he must stand in solidarity with the LGBT community in order to protest the bigoted laws.

The Grammy Award winner is best known for hit singles including ‘Summer of ’69’, ‘Run To You’ and ‘Heaven’, as well as being well known in Australia for his performance at the 2015 AFL Grand Final, where he proceeded to not pull a Meatloaf and completely botch the entire show.

BRYAN ADAMS Cancels Mississippi Show Over LGBT ‘Religious Liberty’ Bill
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