Halsey is not just concerned with producing banger after banger, she’s also always been dedicated to making the world a better place. Halsey has been vocal about being diagnosed with bipolar and has also opened up about her battle with endometriosis. But she doesn’t just sit in front of the video camera and complain, she uses her personal accounts to try and make other people’s lives better.
Halsey has also now made it clear that she tries her best to combine her work in music with her advocacy by making her concerts a safe space for her fans. She captivated the audience On “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” Tuesday morning, in which she discussed the first thing she thinks upon stepping off the concert stage: the welfare of her fans:
“[When] I walk into my dressing room, my first thought is: ‘I’m so happy that that show was so amazing and so safe. And that everyone’s gonna go home and go to bed safely and that they had a good time tonight.'”
Last week, during one of her concerts, some people walked out while she was performing her track Strangers. The track hints at her bisexuality. She confronted the people leaving, after she had performed the track:
”I saw a couple of people who looked like they might have, maybe, walked out during that last song. That’s not really a problem that we’ve ever had here before, so I just want to take the time to remind everyone that if you come to this concert you are agreeing to a part of a safe space for everybody in the room. And you bought a ticket to see a queer girl who loves her queer fans very f*cking much…I’m going to do everything that I can to make that happen, OK?”