Good Vibes Malaysia Canceled, Matty Healy Shows No Guilt Instead Sneers Like This


English – Banned from appearing in Malaysia after same-sex kissing, vocalist of band The 1975, Matty Healy doesn’t seem to feel guilty. In fact, due to his actions, the second and third day of the Good Vibes Festival had to be cancelled.

In fact, this time Matty again voiced his frustration because he felt that what he had done was not something wrong. Like what? Take a peek at Matty Healy’s tweet below.

Don’t Show Guilt

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Matty Healy doesn’t seem to feel guilty after his ‘brave’ action at the Malaysian Good Vibes Festival.

Before being banned from performing in Malaysia, Matty had protested against the anti-LGBT law in Malaysia. Matty’s speech was what made him boldly show a same-sex kiss with the bassist, Ross MacDonald.

As a result of Matty Healy’s action, the second and third day of the Good Vibes Festival had to be cancelled. Even so, Matty did not show his guilt.

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