The Controversial Party Of Rosalia And Dua Lipa After The Grammy

The Controversial Party Of Rosalia And Dua Lipa After The Grammy

After collecting the Grammy award for best Latin, urban or alternative rock album for ‘El Mal Querer’ last Sunday, January 26, Rosalia celebrated his victory in style.

The Catalan was captured with Dua Lipa, Lizzo and Lil Nas X at a party and there has been a detail of the celebration that has angered her fans.

Rosalía and Dua Lipa in the Grammy 2020. In the controversial images you can see the artist, who attended a party organized by Lizzo, along with her colleagues by throwing tickets to some striptease dancers.


The video of his crazy night has aroused all kinds of criticism on Twitter and there have been many Internet users who have criticized that the protagonists declare themselves feminists and at the same time reify women.

They sell you that Dua Lipa and Rosalia are feminist icons and the reality is that they dedicate to throwing tickets at a woman who is dancing ‘twerk’ as if they were the typical road club puteros. The rich taking the misogynist attitudes.


 Aitor (@AitorSemper) January 28, 2020 dua lipa, lizzo and rosalia are about feminists and defenders of women’s rights etc … but then they do this, hopefully it will be a lesson to stop staging tipas x just because they call themselves feminists

🌼 nanny (@geniusyoongd) January 28, 2020 Do the gringos really see it as fun to go to celebrate a PROSTIBLE? These assholes do not understand that they live exploiting women in that area and the saddest thing is that there are women supporting this, there is a happy day throwing bills and Rosalia

– prιcнoтα (@taexvincent) January 28, 2020 Rosalia, dualipa, lil nas and lizzo, I repeat again, they are throwing money at the kids as if they were a product of consumption, women do not get any benefit from that, all they do is make us look like an object, as they always did it enough to normalize this.— 민렌 🇦🇷⁷ (@ namu_mini2)

January 28, 2020 I have a very strong crush in Dua Lipa and I love his music, but the video in which he leaves throwing money at a stripper next to Rosalía has stirred me a little inside and more that you defend it because

“he is supporting that woman with money” .— ufitos ✨ (@huwuntress) January 29, 2020 But there have also been many Internet users who have downplayed what happened, who believe that the stars were simply having a good time and do not see anything anti-feminist in their attitude.

On the other hand, other users have assured that it is a crusade against Rosalia, since it has received more criticism than the rest of the artists present there.

I am a feminist and I enjoy porn. I am a feminist and I love twerking. I am a feminist and I wear tight clothes when I feel like it. I am a feminist because I know and defend that a woman and a man be respected above all.

They are at a party enjoying and I see it GREAT!

 Beth (@Beth_crea) January 29, 2020 Kill me but I’m not a bad stripper. I don’t see him as a sin or anything, he is a girl who is a dancer and lives on it and is good at it and if he is at a party with Dua Lipa and Rosalia it is because it is good, it’s not prostitution or anything like that

 Cmx (@carlosmaaaax) January 29, 2020 That you only highlight what Rosalia does? Yes, that you are going to continue dancing the Old Time Road or the songs of Dua Lipa knowing that they were also in that club? Also, what should you stop canceling everyone at once? Of course, the hypocresiaaaaaa🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷

Literally all the celebrities do things like that but you just complain about the rosalia, I don’t see you complaining about Kylie Jenner or Dua Lipa, etc. Tricia (@patrisiari) January 29, 2020 Look that I never go out to defend any famous because I do not consider myself a “crazy fan” of anyone, but I am very funny that people criticize Rosalia for the party at the strip club, when she was there as a guest, tickets were throwing them Dua Lipa + – Alv 🇮🇨 (@alvareleee) January 29, 2020 That in the video there were not only Dua Lipa, Lizzo and Rosalía.

There was also Lil Nas and artists like Drake and Rihanna have left pasta mallet in strip clubs. But you love being selective when it comes to “canceling” artists.— Prion 👹. (@lucas_raps) January 29, 2020 Here I see you all canceling rosalia but I remind you that they are more famous in the video besides her— Romane ⚔️ (@MJRenacida) January 29, 2020 that if we already know that you take advantage of any occasion to cancel rosalia xq you can’t stand her, no x what really does that gives you quite the same, you wear mallet— emq💔 (@arroyosolga) January 29, 2020 You give me so much laziness about Rosalia and Dua Lipa that I don’t feel like closing your mouth.— Partners in crime. (@Perz_Pablo) January 29, 2020

Other followers contributed their controversial definition of feminism and defended that the dancers are there “by choice” since it is their job. “All women have the right to do whatever they want with their body,” one user argued. “We can be what we want and that’s what feminism is about,” another tweeter shared.

I do not understand why so much drama that Dua Lipa and Rosalia are not feminists simply because they were in a stripper bar. I remind you that these women are there by choice, each one is free to do whatever she wants with her body and if she wants to profit His is fine.— Lunatic Luna. (@_Lunatica_Luna) January 29, 2020 Friends, they are very angry because Dua Lipa and Rosalia went to a legal strip club, in which the dancers are for their choice. Remember that we can be what we want and that is what feminism is all about. Not to make women as you think.— CYN (@Cynnderela) January 29, 2020

The issue of Dua Lipa and Rosalia is nothing more than investigating whether the women who dance there, do so by their own choice and not by obligation and / or who are victims of a network of trafficking in persons (that would be serious) All women They have the right to do whatever they want with their body.— Me, me, me, 148-3369, representing the ABQ. (@dolphinstics) January 29, 2020 Bad when it’s your job.

I thought they wanted women to have power over their body and their decisions but apparently you can’t do what things because you would be being an object.— Haru {🍞 🐝} (🎸🖤) (@HaruGsg) January 29, 2020 Despite the controversy, the Grammy Night was undoubtedly one of the most exciting in the singer’s career.

The Catalan not only won an award but also offered one of the most memorable performances of the 62 edition. Rosalía performed ‘I swear that’, her new song released last Thursday, January 23. In addition to putting the flamenco note in the most important music awards, the 26-year-old dazzled on the red carpet.

The interpreter of ‘Malamente’ was seen in a red leather dress with fringes signed by Alexander Wang. As expected, she also wore one of her characteristic extra-long manicures, which this time decorated with rhinestones.

Dua Lipa She was not nominated for an award but she was in charge of delivering the gramophone to the best new artist, who went to Billie Eilish. The interpreter of ‘New Rules’ opted for a simple 90s-inspired set by Alexander Wang. “As if it were 1999,” she wrote on Instagram with a snapshot posing on the red carpet. Other stories that may interest you: