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Ciara Slams Hater For Saying She 'Shouldn't Be' Officiating A Gay Wedding In Taylor Swift's Music Video

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Jun. 17 2019, Published 5:18 p.m. ET

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In Taylor Swift's star studded music video for "You Need To Calm Down," Ciara made an appearance and is seen officiating a gay wedding. Shortly after the video was dropped on Monday, June 17, the "1, 2 Step" singer took to Instagram to clap back against a hater who said that she "shouldn't be" marrying two gay men because of her religion.

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In honor of Pride month, Taylor's new video for "You Need To Calm Down," revolves around equality and love in the LGBTQ community.

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As fans know, Ciara has been vocal about her Christianity — which is why her involvement in Taylor's video had a lot of people up in arms.

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Ciara, 33, who is among the many celebrities to make an appearance, officiates a gay wedding in the video.

"Ciara. You shouldn't be doing this. We respect you too much, Being at a gay wedding is one thing but joining them together is even more a greater sin," said a troll on Instagram. "We love you but this is wrong."

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The Shade Room caught Ciara's reply. "Firstly, Christians don't judge. Secondly, #YouNeedToCalmDown," she wrote.

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Ellen DeGeneres, Adam Lambert and RuPaul are all openly queer and also made a cameo in the video.

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Katy Perry, who is a huge supporter of the LGBTQ community, also made a surprising appearance! As fans know, Katy, 34 and Taylor feuded for years until they both recently decided to call a truce.

Watch the "You Need To Calm Down" music video here!

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What do you think of Ciara clapping back against a hater saying she shouldn't be officiating a gay wedding? Let us know in the comments below.

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