Dolly Parton, 74, recently participated in Billboard's 5-minute interview. During the interview she talked about several things and even revealed the release of a new Christmas album. But one of his statements drew attention above the others. Read on to find out what she said.
This 2020 has had everything, a pandemic, economic crises derived from it throughout the world in general and in the United States in particular, there were two situations of racial violence that aroused demonstrations throughout the territory and a variety of opinions from anonymous and famous people.
Seems like the battle to end racism in the United States has not ended, in fact it could be beginning. The singer is no stranger to this fact and in the interview she gave to Billboard a couple of weeks ago, Dolly Parton gave her opinion about it.
The famous country singer doesn't usually express her personal opinions regarding politics but this time she declared that she feels that a world where everyone is equal would be boring and meaningless. For her it is clear that all lives matter and that it is essential to try not to hurt others with our actions or words.
She herself had to rename one of her shows from 2018. "Dolly Stampede" was originally named "Dixie Stampede." One of her collaborators told her that name could be offensive so the singer decided to change it and name it simply "Dolly Stampede".
It's clear that she is right and that we should all be more empathetic and considerate with the people around us and with the environment itself, which also needs attention and care. Don't you think?