Jatnna Nunez for Fuse

Now, in today's segment of The World Is A Terrible Place, five rapes were reported at Sweden's Bråvalla festival this weekend. Performer Zara Larsson is outraged, as are most. After learning that a man had committed a sexual assault on a woman during her set, the "Lush Life" singer took to Twitter, blaming all men for the attacks.

The Swedish tweets read:

“Fuck you who shamelessly raped a girl in the audience . You deserve to burn in hell.”

“Fuck you for making girls feel insecure when they go to a festival. I hate guys. Hate hate hate.”

“How am I supposed to take it seriously when you say "not all men", "I'm a nice guy, I don't rape"?”

“Where do all the 'nice guys' go when girls are raped? Are you too busy telling women how nice you are?”

“It's not fucking hard to be generalized. It's hard to feel insecure about a festival where you just wanna go to have fun and enjoy.”


Larsson had spoken to Fuse before about her misandry: "It doesn't hurt men if I hate them," she told us, detailing the sexism she's witnessed that made her turn against the opposite sex. Watch her views on feminism below: