“The only terror that exists in the world is a false perception of fear via propaganda media..humans fleeing violent wars are REFUGEES,” Laurentweeted. “Could you guys do a tag that’s full of documentaries you want me to watch??(:”
She added, “I have one for you all as well! It’s called 13th and it is my new motivator to make sure I fix shit up in this US of A #BLACKLIVESMATTER… I also suggest watching the documentary, ’13th’ on @netflix with your fam and friends share awayyy”
The Vamps performed a cover of Fifth Harmony‘s hit song “That’s My Girl” for BBC Radio 1 and it’s getting a lot of mixed reviews from fans.
While some Harmonizer’s think the cover is great, a lot of fans don’t think the boys did the song justice.
Some fans even think the group might be purposely causing drama with Fifth Harmony! In case you forgot, Lauren Jauregui used to date front man Brad Simpson and it doesn’t seem like things ended so well.
Check out The Vamp‘s entire “That’s My Girl” cover below and let us know what you think!
The 20-year-old Fifth Harmony member was of course talking about The Veronicas video for “On Your Side,” which stars real-life couple Ruby Rose and Jessica Origliasso.
“It’s me. Me and Ruby Rose. And it is our love story in this video,’ Jessica told Nova969 radio station about her on-again girlfriend. “It’s about the dynamic, the highs and the lows of people in love, in a relationship.”
Meanwhile, Lauren has always been an advocate for the LGBTQ community and recently came out as bisexual.
“I think it’s really important for anyone who’s in a position where they can bring awareness to a lot of people who wouldn’t otherwise have access to information,” Lauren told AfterEllen.com. “I feel like it’s really important to me, all of these issues, for people to know that equality means that we’re all just literally human beings floating on a gaseous, stardust ball in the middle of space. So we’ve got to just kind of get out of this place where we divide ourselves into all these different compartments of human and just get down to the fact that we’re all humans working to better ourselves and fix those sort of things so that everyone can live happy and healthy lives.”