Regarding the Coldplay Concert in Jakarta, Starting to Experience Rejection Because Coldplay Supports LGBT, Is It True?

[ad_1] – Coldplay’s concert euphoria in Jakarta continues to be a topic of conversation on social media. However, there was a refusal on the grounds that Colplay supports LGBT.

So, does Coldplay really support LGBT? Please note, Chris Martin and his friends plan to hold a concert at the Bung Karno Main Stadium, Jakarta, on November 15, 2023.

During their Asia tour. To get an answer whether Coldplay supports LGBT, see the following explanation.

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In fact, rejection for similar reasons also occurred in Malaysia, which was also included in the Asian tour agenda.

In Malaysia, a politician named Nasrudin Hassan refused Coldplay’s visit to Malaysia for the first time.

In his Facebook post, Nasrudin Hassan posted a photo of Coldplay frontman Chris Martin holding the rainbow flag, commonly used by LGBT people, during a performance at Wembley Stadium, London.

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Meanwhile in Indonesia, the party that rejected the Coldplay concert was carried out by the 212 Alumni Brotherhood group (PA 212).

In fact, Deputy Secretary General of PA 212, Novel Bamukmin, will hold a massive demonstration if Chris Martin cs continues to hold concerts in Indonesia.

Deputy Secretary General of PA 212, Novel Bamukmin, emphasized that his party is ready to hold a large-scale demonstration if the British band Coldplay’s concert continues.

They consider Coldplay, especially Chris Martin, to support campaigns for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) people, as well as atheists. Is that right?.

It’s no secret that some examples of homophobia stem from insecurities as well as fear.

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has opened up about the “brutal” anxieties and fears he faced while attending boarding school.

He admits that he holds homophobic beliefs born of deep insecurities.