Ne-Yo believes that men should not have a say in Roe v. Wade.
The 42-year-old singer, who has four-year-old Roman and six-year-old Shafer with wife Crystal Rena, as well as 10-year-old Mason and 11-year-old Madilyn with actress Magnetta Shaw, has been in a fight in the US Supreme Court. the recent decision to overturn a landmark legal ruling on abortion.
He said: “I don’t think anyone who doesn’t have a vagina should have a say in what happens to them. This is just my personal belief; it doesn’t make any sense.
“If the Supreme Court suddenly started telling men what to do with their holes, the world would be turned upside down.
“This is my opinion, and someone else has a different opinion. Opinions are not special because everyone has them.”
Ne-Yo, whose real name is Shafer Smith, usually tries to avoid making music about political and social issues.
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Instead, he prefers to focus on the theme of love and admits that writing songs about romance comes naturally to him.
He told The Independent: “It’s the most universal thing you can talk about.”
The chart-topping star released his debut album ‘In My Own Words’ in 2006 and is delighted to have lasted so long in the music business.
He said: “When someone says to me, ‘Wow, I loved ‘So Sick’ in high school!”, my back and knees immediately start hurting. I think, “Wow, I really did that a long time ago!” But at the same time, I was always aware of my blessings.
“There are people who did not live to be 42 years old. I have friends who didn’t make it. I fully accept that; call me ‘uncle’, ‘OG’, whatever. To be able to call it a blessing.”