Miley Cyrus is one singer who knows how to stay focused by avoiding social media drama or headlines for whatever reason. Her latest hits are inspired by raw classics. Her that comes with a message that has a strong content. But all of the above The flowers conveyed the lyrics, the sound, and the catchy smell of the hurricane.
But recently, the singer has been hit with a lot of controversy and comments about her latest release. Which leads to the question: what does the song’s lyrics mean? And why did one school decide to ban it? This is what we know
Sebert noted that the taboo was due to the fact that the song “Could be seen as controversial.”
Parents claimed it was because rainbows were linked to LGBTQ+ support and rights.
Leigh Radichel Tracy, whose children attend the district’s schools, told the LA Times, “The Waukesha School District has a strong stance on all things LBGTQ.
So the fact that this song was “problematic” was not unexpected.
“Miley and Dolly are simply expressing their desire to live in a society that is accepting and free from judgment. in which each person is free to be who they choose.”
“It breaks my heart that the Waukesha School District views this as a
The reason for the ban was not officially confirmed by the institute.
The reason Waukesha schools restrict music There are not as many restrictions on Rainbowland as those imposed by radio stations.
However, as a result of the board’s decision, Heyer Elementary School in Wisconsin removed the song from their schedule.
Which raises the following question: when she went to a concert at school One mother at the school claimed her daughter reported that she “Not allowed” to sing this song anymore.
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