Oh, poor Adam Lambert, he struggled so much dropping the gay kiss from his show when he played Malaysia:
"I think it's a tough decision to make, but to me, there are so many amazing fans in Malaysia that it's more important for me to be able to come and do my show there for them and entertain them and thank them for supporting me."Really?
"My main goal is to keep people entertained - not to make them uncomfortable," he explained.Well, yes, if the government doesn't like it then you shouldn't do it, should you? Because why should you have sense of spine and stand up to a bigoted, homophobic ruling?
"It's something I'm doing out of respect. It's just one little thing. Man kissing another man is something that government really doesn't appreciate."
Dropping the kiss wasn't a "tough decision", Adam. Keeping it in would have been tough. Canceling the gig would have been a "tough decision". Caving in and saying that if the Malaysian government says being gay is wrong, then it's 'disrespectful' to say 'no it isn't' isn't craven and weak.