Comedian-Youtuber Lily Singh, one of the vocal voices in assist of the continuing farmers protest in India, used the worldwide stage of the 63rd Grammy Awards to spotlight the agitation. The comic arrived on the Grammys purple carpet sporting a black masks that had “I Stand With Farmers” written on it.
Posting her photograph on her Twitter web page, Lily Singh wrote, “I know red carpet/award show pictures always get the most coverage, so here you go media. Feel free to run with it #IStandWithFarmers #GRAMMYs.”
I do know purple carpet/award present footage at all times get essentially the most protection, so right here you go media. Feel free to run with it ✊🏽 #IStandWithFarmers #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/hTM0zpXoIT
— Lilly // #LateWithLilly (@Lilly) March 15, 2021
The Grammys purple carpet welcomed the world’s largest music stars as hundreds of thousands all over the world tuned in to observe the occasion. Model Amanda Cerny, WWE wrestler Sunil Singh and Indian actor Shruti Seth have commented on her submit.
— Shruti Seth (@SethShruti) March 15, 2021
As quickly as international music icon Rihanna tweeted in assist of the farmers protest early February, celebrities like Lily Singh, singer Jay Sean, and vlogger Amanda Cerny, expressed their solidarity with India’s farmers who’ve been protesting in opposition to the Centre’s new farm legal guidelines. Thanking Rihanna for lending her voice to the agitation, Lily Singh had written on the time, “Yes! Thank you so much. This is a humanity issue! #IStandWithFarmers and this narrative is TIRED”
While Amanda Cerny posted a photograph of girls farmers on Instagram and wrote, “The world is watching. You don’t have to be Indian or Punjabi or South Asian to understand the issue. All you have to do is care about humanity. Always demand freedom of speech, freedom of press, basic human and civil rights-equity and dignity for workers. #FarmersProtest #internetshutdown.”