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Christian college axes singing group’s performance two hours before showtime because of gay members

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Gasp!The King’s Singers are an acapella vocal group consisting of six members that has performed all over the world. The group is currently on a North American tour.Last Saturday, they were due to perform at Pensacola Christian College.

The group has performed at the institute in the past and were looking forward to returning.However, a couple of hours before hitting the stage, the college informed them they were no longer welcome.Related: Florida flop Ron DeSantis manages to show off anti-Blackness and queerphobia in one sentenceThe group posted an explanation on social media.

It said, “The school gave its reasons for cancellation as ‘concerns’ expressed about the ‘lifestyle’ of members of the group.”“It has become clear to us, from a flood of correspondence from students and members of the public, that these concerns are related to the sexuality of the members of our group.”  A post shared by The King’s Singers (@kingssingers)They said they knew the college was a Christian institute.

However, they believe music “can build a common language that allows people with different views and perspectives to come together.”“This is the first time that anything other than bad weather, the pandemic or war has caused a concert cancellation in our 55-year history,” the statement continued.“We are disappointed not to have been able to share our music and our mission of finding harmony with over 4000 students of the college and the wider Pensacola community.

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