Los Angeles: Harry Styles has joined a group of politicians, civic leaders and Hollywood figures condemning the pandemic of gun violence in the US. As Variety reported, Styles announced that he would partner with nonprofit Everytown for gun safety during his upcoming North America tour, and Live Nation as well as more than $1 million in revenue. Will donate more.
“With all of you I am completely shattered by the recent mass shootings in America that culminated at Rob’s Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas,” Stiles’ Instagram post read.
“On our North American tour, we will partner with Everytown, which works to end gun violence, make donations to support their efforts and share their suggested action items,” Stiles said. ” The post has the caption: “End gun violence.”
Styles isn’t the only major musician to speak out on the issue. Earlier on Tuesday, Taylor Swift tweeted that she was filled with anger and grief over the Texas shootings as well as in Buffalo and Laguna Woods. He had said, “We, as a nation, have become accustomed to unfathomable and unbearable heartbreak.”
Styles, who released his third studio album “Harry House” last week, will begin his sell-out “Love On Tour 2022” in August. The tour included several dates in select cities, including New York and Los Angeles (15 nights each), Chicago and Austin (five nights each), and Toronto (two nights).