After performing at a concert of the “Let Us Worship” movement, Lauren Daigle was excluded from the program of the national televised event for which she was to perform on New Years Day.
Lfamous Christian artist, native of Louisiana, Lauren daigleWas withdrawn from Dick Clark Productions' annual New Years Eve celebration after the intervention of the mayor of New Orleans. LaToya Cantrell demanded that the singer be excluded from this event for having violates sanitary rules set up in the context of the pandemic, by performing a song during a concert of the “Let us worship” movement.
CBN News reports that in a letter sent to the executives of Dick Clark Productions, the Democratic mayor said that Lauren Daigle in doing so had "done harm" to the American people and that she considers her behavior "unacceptable".
“She has harmed our people, she has risked the lives of our residents and she has strained our first responders in a way that is unacceptable - in the midst of a public health crisis. This is not who we are and she cannot be allowed to represent New Orleans or the people she has deliberately endangered. "
According to the interpreter of "You say", his participation in the concert of Sean Feucht, which organizes these praise events to protest against the health measures put in place because of the pandemic and denounce an attack on religious freedom, was impromptu.
The singer said she stumbled upon the event by chance while cycling through the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Billy Nungesser, Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana spoke in defense of the artist by declaring on the airwaves of WWL-FM that it was a misunderstanding. The Republican explains that Lauren Daigle stopped at the rally after hearing the crowd praying and praising God, and that she only took the stage after being invited to perform the song "Great is the faithfulness". He insists in particular on the fact that she is in no way responsible for the crowd which was already present when she arrived.
- Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) November7st
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