Latto is calling out the Supreme Court in a new partnership with Planned Parenthood. The “Pxssy” rapper has released a public service announcement with the reproductive health care nonprofit, urging supporters to advocate for abortion rights and access after the overturn of Roe v. Wade in June.
“We already know who’s going to be hurt the most by these ridiculous abortion bans: Black women, Brown women, the LGBTQ+ community, and communities with low incomes,” Latto said in a statement. “Because of this country’s history of racism and discrimination, these folks already have a hard time getting the health care they need. We all deserve to be safe and it’s every person’s right to make decisions about their own bodies.”
She concluded, “As an artist, I want to use my platform to let these politicians know: my body is for no one to control but me.”
Latto received four MTV Video Music Awards 2022 nominations, including one for feminist anthem “Pxssy,” where she speaks out against the controversial Supreme Court overturning.
In July, the Atlanta rapper spoke to Billboard about supporting the fight for reproductive rights.
“To be a woman in this industry is hard. And to be a woman right now in general is scary,” she said. “It’s a human right to control your own body. This is not just one person or group’s fight; we should all be shouting how unjust this is and supporting the right for someone to decide what happens to their body. I want to see men supporting by protesting alongside women and voting for candidates that push forward our right of choice.”
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