Selena Gomez's make-up brand Rare shares pro-Palestine message on its ... trends now

Selena Gomez's make-up brand Rare shares pro-Palestine message on its ... trends now
Selena Gomez's make-up brand Rare Beauty shares pro-Palestine message on its ... trends now

Selena Gomez's make-up brand Rare Beauty shares pro-Palestine message on its ... trends now

In a long Instagram caption the brand has condemned the deaths of 'thousands of innocent Palestinians'  It comes after the singer was slammed last week for her 'half-hearted' response to the conflict Gomez threatened to delete her Instagram account after the backlash 

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Selena Gomez's make-up brand has shared a seemingly pro-Palestine message after the singer was slammed for her own 'half-hearted' post and said she was deleting Instagram. 

The pop star shared her own short message last week saying 'we need to protect ALL people' and adding 'I wish I could change the world. But a post won't'.

But she was slammed for failing to take a definitive stance on the conflict and not responding sooner.

The UNICEF ambassador had said she was deleting her Instagram on Monday in a post that read: 'I'm taking a break and deleting my Instagram. I'm done. I do not support any of what's going on'.

Now her brand seems to have stepped in to clarify her stance.   

On Monday, Rare Beauty posted a maroon square with 'Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza' written in white and a long caption

On Monday, Rare Beauty posted a maroon square with 'Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza' written in white and a long caption

On Monday, Rare Beauty posted a maroon square with 'Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza' written in white and a long caption which condemned both the October 7 terror attacks and the deaths of 'thousands of innocent Palestinian civilians.' 

The company said: 'Thousands of innocent Palestinian civilians have been killed in Israeli airstrikes & millions of civilians have been displaced & left without access to food, water, medicine, or basic necessities for survival. 

'A large number of these victims are children. Palestinian civilians must be protected, period.'

It went on to add: 'We remain heartbroken by the horrible terror attack against innocent civilians in Israel on October 7th, many of them also children. There is no situation

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