At the Walk for Life West Coast event in San Francisco on January 20, a former member of The Pussycat Dolls, now a pro-life advocate, revealed her regrets about past abortions.
The 39-year-old singer shared her personal testimony, acknowledging the impact of her decisions on her life.
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Detailing her first abortion at the age of 16, the singer expressed emotional pain, describing it as if something integral had been taken from her body.
She emphasized the inability to mark the death or birth date of her first child. Subsequently, at 19, after joining The Pussycat Dolls, she faced pressure to undergo another abortion.
Reflecting on the aftermath of the second abortion, she spoke of a moment during a concert performance when she noticed two little girls admiring her.
This encounter triggered a sense of conviction about her actions and the image she portrayed to her young fans.
Despite achieving fame and success with The Pussycat Dolls, the singer asserted that no amount of money or recognition could fill the void left by the abortions.
She highlighted the emptiness within and urged the audience to understand the spiritual battle involved in abortion.
The singer, who believes abortion is linked to a spiritual battle, emphasized the gravity of the decision and its spiritual ramifications. She referred to it as an antichrist spirit and stressed the emotional and mental trauma that individuals may endure after undergoing an abortion. However, she also conveyed a message of God's forgiveness.
In her closing remarks, the singer requested prayers for counter-protesters, emphasizing their lack of understanding regarding the profound impact of aborting lives made in the image of God.
She characterized abortion as an act aligned with the hands and feet of Satan, urging a reconsideration of such choices.