IU Change Song Title Amid LGBT+ Phrase Controversy

IU Titled Her New Song “Love Wins” And Then Changed It To “Love Wins All” After Three Days

This was due to criticism that the original title used a pro-LGBT phrase for heterosexuality. IU‘s agency responded, “We recognize the concerns that the song’s title may obscure its important message. We want to further respect and support everyone who lives and loves in various ways. We sincerely hope that all love will prevail in a world without hate, and that the meaning of this song will be conveyed without hurting anyone.”

IU’s new song “Love Wins All” will be released on January 24 at 6pm KST. Meanwhile, “Love Wins” is known as the phrase used as a slogan by LGBTQ community when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 26, 2015, that same-sex marriage is constitutional.

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