LGBT Community Angry About The Message Of The Super Bowl Halftime Show

Twitter photo by Coldplay
Twitter photo by Coldplay

SANTA CLARA, California (The Adobo Chronicles) – Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 Halftime show closed with Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Coldplay, and the entire stadium audience sending the message: “Believe in Love,” and a lot of heterosexual people took to social media to complain that the  show was an attempt to advance the gay agenda.

But members of the LGBT community diasagree and are, in fact, angry.

“Everyone knows what the gay colors are — red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. These are the colors of the rainbow flag,” a spokesperson for the Human Rights Committee told The Adobo Chronicles. “Anyone  who watched the haftime show didn’t see the rainbow colors. What people saw were disgusting and mismatched  colors of yellow, pink, orange, white and blue-green.”

HRC, the largest LGBT advocacy organization in the country,  said that as a matter of fact, the show was an attempt to discredit and mock the gay agenda.

“What a shame they did it in the gayest place in America, the San Francisco Bay Area.”

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