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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Cara Delevingne will no longer return to Coachella

Por Jade

The Festival of Music and Arts of Coachella Valley brings together in Indio (California) celebrities of all types willing to have fun and amaze their followers with their hippie-style outfits, according to the tradition of the musical appointment. Alternative rock, hip hop, electronic music, pop and references to the hippie movement, that beyond the clothing, it is necessary to remember that it was born in the 60s in the United States with a libertarian and pacifist philosophy.

Exactly the opposite of Cara Delevingne, which has been in other editions of the festival, believes that it represents its owner Philip Anschutz, whom she accuses of being a homophobe and pro-guns and therefore opposed to the spirit that this festival should convey. For this reason, the actress and model has decided not to go to the festival this year in a gesture of rejection to its promoter. Anschutz is a businessman ranked 31st among the richest men in the United States, according to Forbes magazine. His fortune is estimated at 7.8 billion dollars, he is a member of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church and is considered an ultraconservative Christian.

Cara Delevingne has not overlooked the information that has related to facts against liberties and has explained in her Instagram Stories that she will not return to an event that depends on a man who dedicates part of his fortune to finance pro gun politicians, anti LGBT and birther. "Just so you know," added Delevingne next to the hashtag #NOchella. In addition to Delevingne has also been pronounced in the same sense, her friend the British model Adwoa Aboah.

Both alluded to an article published a few months ago on that gave details about how Philip Auschutz, owner of the Coachella festival, had donated $ 190,000 to conservative groups including anti-LGBT organizations such as Alliance Defending Freedom and Family Research Council. Additionally, the 78-year-old billionaire would also have donated nearly $ 200,000 to Republican politicians and Super PACs during 2017. Among the beneficiaries were the Colorado senator, Cory Gardner, Colorado Congressman Scott Tipton, who opposes gay marriage and abortion, and the pro-life representative of the United States, Mike Coffman.

Anschutz told Rolling Stone magazine that they cut contributions to these groups as soon as they found out they supported such causes. But his performance continues to be doubtful about his actions, a fact that has regained its relevance following the denunciations of Delevingne and her model friend. The future will tell if more celebrities join the cause or if the festival takes measures to alleviate this image crisis. Will it be the beginning of the end of the coolest festival of the moment?