Dua Lipa has taken to social media to disclaim involvement with the FIFA World Cup 2022, which is ready to begin November 20 in host nation Qatar.
It had been rumoured Dua Lipa was set to carry out in the course of the opening ceremony however based on Lipa, it was by no means going to occur. In a press release posted on her Instagram, Lipa stated: “There’s at present loads of hypothesis that I will probably be performing on the opening ceremony of the world cup in Qatar.I cannot be performing and nor have I ever been concerned in any negotiations to carry out. I will probably be cheering England on from afar.”
She went on to say: “I look ahead to visiting Qatar when it has fulfilled all of the human rights pledges it made when it gained the best to host the World Cup.”
Qatar and World Cup organisers have confronted ongoing criticisms concerning the loss of life of migrant staff within the creation of stadiums and the nation’s views on homosexuality, which is against the law in Qatar.
England supervisor Gareth Southgate has promised that his gamers will converse out about human rights abuses in the course of the match. “We now have all the time spoken about points we predict needs to be talked about, significantly those we really feel we will have an effect on.”
“Concerning the LGBT group, we stand for inclusivity and we’re very, very sturdy on that. We expect that’s necessary when it comes to all our supporters,” he added.
It comes as comic Joe Lycett has urged David Beckham to finish his partnership with the upcoming World Cup. Lycett criticised Beckham for his reported £10million sponsorship take care of Qatar and supplied to donate £10,000 of his personal cash to queer charities if Beckham ended the sponsorship earlier than the match began.
Earlier this month, it was confirmed BTS‘ Jungkook will carry out on the opening ceremony for the upcoming soccer World Cup in Qatar.