Pope Francis featured in Princess X's music video "FREE" Pope Francis on gays: "Who am I to judge?"
LOS ANGELES, July 30, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- "If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?" Pope Francis said in a news conference aboard the papal plane flying back to Rome from Brazil on Monday. Returning to the Vatican after a tremendous success of his first overseas trip as pontiff, Francis said that homosexuals should be treated with dignity, and that no one should be subjected to blackmail or pressure because of sexual orientation.
Earlier on July 4th, Princess X released her new single "FREE" to celebrate and promote peace, love, and freedom. Her music video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emMptHv4b3k featuring Pope Francis, President Obama, Marilyn Monroe, and others is expected to reach over 1 million views on YouTube. A month ago, Princess X intentionally decided to include Pope Francis in her music video as if she could foretell that the new Pope is going to revolutionize the Catholic church by accepting gays and gay priests.
With the new lyrics in "FREE" stating that "you can be who you wanna be," Princess X and her gay co-songwriter Tony Haris support peace, love, and freedom for everyone in the world regardless of their race, gender, religion, skin color, and sexual orientation. The new song is a follow-up on the success of "Gimme All (Ring My Bell)" that peeked at #12 on the U.S. Billboard Dance Chart in April and at # 9 on the U.K. Music Week Commercial Pop Chart in February.
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