Lauren Jauregui, a member of girl group Fifth Harmony, has said that "Aleppo deserves this news coverage" in retaliation to the attention she received for being stopped at a U.S. airport while in possession of marijuana.
Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui was reportedly arrested after Washington Dulles International Airport authorities found Marijuana in her carry-on luggage while the singer was ready to leave for Brazil where the group is set to perform.
Lauren's lawyer issued a statement to deny that she'd been officially arrested. "She will address the matter appropriately through the legal system".
"This will not interfere with any future scheduled performances or activities", LaPold added.
The Fifth Harmony singer discussed her sexuality in an open letter on Billboard.com, in which she blasted those who voted for Donald Trump in the recent U.S. presidential election.
A member of girl group Fifth Harmony has been charged with possession of marijuana at a U.S. airport. Jauregui's attorney quickly settled the rumor and told TMZ that the singer was not arrested or detained.
A post on the official Twitter account of Fifth Harmony said the band were due to perform at the Vevo Fun Pop festival in Brazil on Wednesday. "I'm sorry", she wrote.
It is uncertain if Lauren Jauregui's other bandmates, Ally Brooke, Camila Cabello, Dinah Jane, and Normani Kordei were with her at the time the Dulles Airport incident took place. "READ about the people who have been labeled terrorists.what they're enduring while we eat our daily bread".