New-to-the-scene singer Chappel Roan said she turned down an invitation to perform at Pride celebrations at the White House. The “Good luck, honey!” singer has made a huge splash online after dressing up as the Statue of Liberty at the NY Governors Ball Festival. The 26-year-old dedicated her performance of ‘My Kink Is Karma’ to the government before explaining why she turned down the White House. “The White House that asked me to perform at Pride: we want liberty, justice and freedom for all. If you do, I’ll come,” she said. Her statement was met with huge applause, with many members of the crowd waving pride flags. During her set, Roan also recited an excerpt from activist Emma Lazarus’ poem “The New Colossus,” which is engraved on the Statue of Liberty. “I’m under the spell of the greatest queen of them all. But in case you’ve forgotten what’s written on my beautiful little toes… That means freedom in trans rights, that means freedom in women’s rights,” Roan said on stage. This means “above all, freedom for all oppressed people,” she continued, also referring to those in “occupied territories.”