Dolly Parton praised for publicly supporting Black Lives Matter

Dolly Parton doesn't have time for people who oppose the Black Lives Matter movement since she fully supports it.

In the most Dolly Parton-esque way possible, the country music icon expressed her feelings during her first-ever cover interview with Billboard magazine.

'I understand people needing to make themselves known and felt and seen,' said the 74-year-old in response to a question regarding the current surge of anti-racism rallies and the call to cease police brutality.

 His highlights include the chills he gets whenever someone is invited to join the Opry,

Black lives matter, of course. Do we really believe that our tiny white asses are the only ones that count? Not at all!

The singer gave an explanation of the adjustments she was making to her own company after deciding to rename a ride at her own theme park, Dollywood.

and witnessing up-and-coming performers like Lainey Wilson take the stage.

In 2018, the Jolene singer changed the name of Dixie Stampede, a Civil War-themed attraction at Dollywood, to Dolly Parton's Stampede.

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