"Everyone deserves to have the freedom to be themselves no matter who they love"
Lewis Hamilton makes a comment against Hungary's new anti-LGBTQ+ legislation
The 7-time world champion shared his disfavour on the new anti-LGBTQ+ legislation in Hungary via social media.
"To all in this beautiful country Hungary. Ahead of the Grand Prix this weekend, I want to share my support for those affected by the government's anti-LGBTQ+ law. It is unacceptable, cowardly and misguiding for those in power suggest such a law," Hamilton posted.
He expressed that everyone deserves freedom despite who they are and live and urges the community to vote against this new law.
"Everyone deserves to have the freedom to be themselves, no matter who they love or how they identify. I urge the people of Hungary to vote in the upcoming referendum to protect the right of the LGBTQ+ community, they need our support more than ever. Please show love for those around you because love will always win."
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Lewis Hamilton is currently second place in the driver's championship, 8 points away from Dutchman, Max Verstappen. Hamilton has currently won most of the Hungarian races since 2012.