Fantasia @TasiasWord Goes Off On Instagram! Says “Gay Marriage Is Legal, Yet I’m Judged!” (Video Inside)

| January 4, 2013 | 0 Comments


All hell broke loose after North Carolina American Idol recording artist, Fantasia Barrino, recently brought up some critical issues on Instagram recently. From being criticized about everything from her life as a teenage mother,to having a baby by a married man, and attempting suicide, Fantasia jumped on Instagram with a seemingly fed up post. Barrino brought these words to Instagram, defending herself:

I Rise ABOVE IT ALL!!! THE WORLD IS GONE MAD. KIDS, THE GOVERMENT, THE church House… Everybody Trying!!!!!!! Its a lot that going on that the Bible speaks about we should Not be doing. Weed legal in some places, Gay Marriage Legal BUT YET IM JUDGED!!! Im not doing Nothing for you… My Life!!!!

According to Clutch Magazine, some people felt offended by Fantasia’s comments, especially Christians. Some fans interpreted the singer’s statement as a declaration that “Gay marriage should be judged more harshly than adultery”. This stunt was definitely another life sucking blow to the singer’s image, which more than will kill of another creed of fans.

After the Instagram explosion, the singer’s public relations squad flew to the rescue, making these statements:

Comments made by Ms. Barrino through her Instagram account were recently taken far out of context, and the purpose of this release is to set the record straight. Ms. Barrino is not now, nor has she ever been an opponent of the LGBT community. She has supported and performed at numerous events that are sponsored by the LGBT community. Whether it’s through a live performance or placement on social media, Ms. Barrino uses every opportunity to reach out and connect with her fans, all of her fans.

Check out this recent Fantasia performance and tribute to Mariah Carey with “Hero”:

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