American pop star Dua Lipa has confirmed she is not going to be performing on the FIFA World Cup.
The 27-year-old took to Instagram to deal with hypothesis that she can be singing on the opening ceremony, The Solar reviews.
Lipa, who’s at present in Australia, advised her 87 million followers that she is not going to be heading to the event, and has by no means been concerned in any negotiations to carry out there.
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The singer additionally slammed Qatar for its human rights document.
The World Cup hosts have been scrutinised for his or her remedy of international staff and restrictive social legal guidelines.
Dua added she is going to solely go to Qatar “when it has fulfilled all of the human rights pledges it made” after being awarded the event in 2010.
She wrote: “There’s at present loads of hypothesis that I can be performing on the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar.
“I cannot be performing and nor have I ever been concerned in any negotiation to carry out.
“I can be cheering England on from afar and I look ahead to visiting Qatar when it has fulfilled all of the human rights pledges it made when it received the correct to host the World Cup.
“One love, Dua x.”
Qatar has denied claims that staff have been exploited.
South Korean star Jung Kook, a part of the band BTS, is at present the one act confirmed for the opening ceremony.
The likes of Calvin Harris, Sean Paul and Diplo are all set to carry out on the Fifa Fan competition, which can happen all through the course of the event.
Elsewhere, comic Joe Lycett has stated he’ll shred £10,000 (AU$17,529) money if David Beckham doesn’t pull out of a deal to be an envoy for the World Cup.
It’s claimed Beckham will earn up £10 million (AU$17,500,000) for doing so.
Lycett additionally vowed to donate $17,529 to charities supporting homosexual folks in soccer if Beckham cancelled his deal.
This text initially appeared on The Solar and was reproduced with permission