Pucker up, people. The Westboro Baptist Church plans to protest pop star Lorde’s concert at the Midland on Friday and she has a suggestion: Plant a big ol’ wet one on a protester.
You know, a little man-on-man, woman-on-woman action.
The “Royals” singer – who was influenced by an old photo of George Brett when writing her monster hit – sounded excited to hear that she had made Westboro’s playlist.
“Hahaha omg just found out westboro baptist church are going to picket my show in kansas city,” she tweeted on Tuesday.
She tweeted two more suggestions: Everyone wear rainbow clothing to the show and “everyone try to kiss church members who are same sex as you they will so love it christmas comin early in kansas city.”
Not sure what brought the Kiwi teen to the church’s attention.
But earlier this month she blasted an Australian DJ who made an awkward lesbian reference about her new friendship with Taylor Swift.
“I see your guys' pictures everywhere. Are you guys, like, uh, are you together now? Not together as in lesbians I'm not talking about 'Ellen together.' I'm talking about, like, you guys are friendly right?” he said.
“What do you mean you're not talking about ‘Ellen together?’ Is there something wrong with lesbians? Is that what you're trying to say?” she shot back.
On its website, Westboro writes that “New Zealand came forth with a young lassie that doesn't have enough sense to put in a thimble. Now the world has elevated her to the status of an idol. Then the world began to weigh in. They think this and that and blah, blah, barf.”