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    Maggie Rogers Was Heckled At One Of Her Shows And She Called Out The Behavior On Instagram

    "Take your top off."

    This is singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers. You may know her songs "Alaska," "Fallingwater," or "On + Off."

    Maggie went viral a few years ago after — in a surprise Masterclass with Pharrell Williams — one of her songs moved the producer to tears.

    When you create something true to yourself, nothing can stop you. Maggie, you have a talent to share with the world

    Since then, the 25-year-old has performed concerts, made her debut on SNL, and released a studio album tited Heard It In A Past Life.

    Well, in a recent Instagram post, the singer opened up about a sexist incident that occurred during one of her performances.

    "Every night before the 'Alaska' acoustic encore, I speak about gratitude and growth, and change. It's the most vulnerable part of the set — just me and a guitar before I say goodnight," she began.

    "Last night, in the middle of this speech, a man yelled 'Take your top off.' Another joined in and yelled 'You cute though.'"

    "I was stunned, furious, fuming, confused, and also — on a really basic level — it really hurt my feelings."

    Maggie continued:

    I step on stage every night and give every part of me. And my community shows up every night and, together, we create a safe space to amplify each other, to allow relief, to allow release. There's a deep amount of trust there. I step on stage every night with a deep reverence for the stage, my craft, and the privilege that is making music for my job. I've been writing and producing music for 10 years — my body is my greatest tool for communicating that work.

    "I want to use this moment to be very, very clear. There is no space for harassment or disrespect, or degradation of any kind at my show. Be kind to each other out there," she concluded.

    Ugh, people can be terrible, but good on you for speaking up, Maggie!