It’s true. The two episodes actually were very endearing to Lorde. Her music is well-liked by the characters on the show and her drive of passion is very admirable. Good job, South Park.
Here’s the nice thing that was said. It was Sharon Marsh telling us why Lorde is awesome:
“Do you know why young people like Lorde so much? It’s because she’s something different. Kids have had pop music artists flash tits and crotch in their face and most kids are actually smart enough to be sick of it. Lorde represents something in all of us: the truth that wants to be heard. If I could talk to Lorde right now, you know what I’d tell her? I’d tell her not to let people change who she is. I’d tell her that if people are making fun of her, it’s probably because they’ve lost touch with being human. I’d tell her to keep on doing what she does, because when someone isn’t allowed to express who they are inside, then we all lose. That’s what I would say to Lorde.”
She even posted these Instagram videos, laughing at the last one. These are the videos with the descriptions:
this is actually surprisingly cute – and from what i can tell also has a message of transgender acceptance (i’m still very new with this type of humour so i’m not sure if was actually genuine but it seemed so to me)
well shit this is downright sweet. take that haters i got a south park episode ☺️☺️☺️
also omgggg remorseful hat journalist el oh el
And speaking of social media, look who still has their Twitter account on private but yet made their idiocy as his cover photo?