Toni Braxton Celebrated Spirit Day – See Her Message

Toni Braxton Celebrated Spirit Day – See Her Message

Toni Braxton celebrated Spirit Day, and, in order to make the event, she shared a message on her social media account. Check it out below.

‘Today is #SpiritDay. #UseYourVoice & go purple to stand up against bullying & support LGBTQ+ youth! Join me and @UniversalMusicGroup by taking the pledge against bullying with our friends @glaad. 💜 glaad.org/spiritday,’ Toni captioned her post.

There was a debate in the comments triggered by this post.

A follower said: ‘No Toni. Support the youth, not the lifestyle. Yeah, I said it, and for those that don’t like it!! …. talk to God about it at judgment day. (Smh) so many plagues in America. It just doesn’t make any sense!! Turn back to God and not Ppl!!!!’

Someone else agreed with the commenter above and said: ‘if I could like this comment 1001 times. What is the world coming to. 🤷🏾‍♀️. Sad!!!!!’

One commenter told Toni: ‘Thank you for supporting the LGBTQ+ community Tone. You have no idea how good it feels to know that the person I love most accepts me. 🏳️‍🌈 I wish there were more people like you in this world. Love is love. 💜’

A follower said: ‘People just don’t know how to keep their “holier than thou” judgemental opinions to themselves! If you don’t agree with their lifestyle, then that’s fine, but DON’T come on my favs commentary trying to dictate to her what she should and should not do or support. 🤦🏾’

Someone else wrote: ‘Jesus loves us all. It’s our job to spread the message of love and leave the rest to Him. ♥️’ and another follower said: ‘Every human being should be treated with decency and respect regardless of gender, race, or religion.’

In other news, you are probably aware of the fact that amidst the scandal between David Adefeso and Tamar Braxton, the singer’s sister, Toni Braxton, hopped in her defense.

She called David a ferret and a weasel, and she had more things to say.

Check out the message that triggered supportive fans to congratulate Toni.