Watch Olivia Rodrigo dedicates ‘F–k You’ to Supreme Court justices (video)

Watch Olivia Rodrigo dedicates ‘F–k You' to Supreme Court justices (video)

During her performance on Saturday at the Glastonbury Festival, Olivia Rodrigo actually threw the Supreme Court justices a giant “f-k you.” Let’s see what happened, why Olivia Rodrigo dedicates F–k You, and what she said before performing.


Olivia Rodrigo speaks out against the Supreme Court’s decision

When it comes to legendary moments in pop culture history that define a “mood,” Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen’s performance of “F— You” in response to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe V. Wade ranks at the top.

The artist invited Lily Allen to the stage to perform her popular song “F-k you,” which she then dedicated to the five Supreme Court justices who on Friday voted to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Rodrigo, 19, declared that “so many women and so many girls are going to die” as a result of this.

“I’m afraid and devastated. The five Supreme Court justices who have demonstrated that they genuinely don’t care about freedom at all are the ones I wanted to honor with this song, she said, per the Guardian.

The song is dedicated to the judges Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Brett Kavanaugh, the former Disney Channel star continued. We hate you! We hate you.

Watch Olivia Rodrigo dedicates F–k You,


References in F-k you song

When most of us millennials were growing up, the song served as an anthem. It’s just one of those catchy tunes with words like “F— you, f— you very very much” in the chorus that captures how we feel at times. Do you get a kick out of being small-minded? and other references to those who make use of their power to be cruel to others are included in the song, which was released in 2009 but is still current today.

“F-k you, f-k you very, very much / ‘Cause we hate what you do / And we hate your whole crew,” the British singer’s 2009 song, was next delivered by the duo.

“This is truly my first Glastonbury and I’m sharing this stage with Lily, this is the best dream come true ever,” Rodrigo said to the crowd.

She said, “But I’m also just as devastated about what occurred in America yesterday.

Allen, 37, could be seen sticking up two middle fingers when the “Deja Vu” hitmaker talked.

After the Supreme Court said it had overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, they joined a number of other famous people in speaking out.

A person’s protected right to decide what to do with their body has made abortions lawful in the United States for the past 49 years.

Since the ruling was made, states have already prohibited abortions in Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, and South Dakota. States now have the authority to enact their own laws on abortion.


Phoebe Bridgers at Glastonbury

During her performance at Glastonbury, American singer Phoebe Bridgers encouraged the crowd to scream, “F- the Supreme Court.”

Prior to her performance, Bridgers also had some harsh words for the Supreme Court. She said to the crowd, “In all honesty, [the festival is] like really surreal and fantastic, but I’m having like the shittiest day.” Are any Americans present? She said, leading a chorus of “F-k the Supreme Court,” “What wants to say ‘Fuck the Supreme Court’ on three? Then she said, “F-k that garbage. F-k  America. They’re trying to tell us what to do with our f-king bodies—all these useless old mother f-kers.


Billie Eilish about the Supreme Court’s decision

Add to it the fact that Billie Eilish also mentioned the decision. “For women in the US, it is a really, truly bad day. I’ll simply say that since I can’t stand to think about it right now any longer. It’s actually rather emotional. We’re all furious. Seeing the rage shown by these artists simply curiously offers at least me a feeling of hope since we’re all trapped accepting a decision that was made by five individuals we did not vote for (four of whom were placed in office by presidents who didn’t even win the popular vote).

Taylor Swift was one of the celebrities who turned to Twitter to express her fear that this is where we are and that today’s judgment has deprived us of our freedom to control our own bodies after decades of struggle.



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