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A few days after Alice Cooper espoused transphobic views and denounced gender-affirming health care in a Stereogum interview, the shock rocker has been dropped by makeup brand Vampyre Cosmetics.
Cooper had signed a partnership deal with the goth-themed cosmetics company—which describes itself as “proudly women owned, disabled owned and LGBT+ owned”—just two weeks ago, per the New York Post.
In a statement shared on Instagram, the brand said: “In light of recent statements by Alice Cooper we will no longer be doing a makeup collaboration. We stand with all members of the LGBTQIA+ community and believe everyone should have access to healthcare. All pre-order sales will be refunded.”
Read more at The Daily Beast.