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Adam Lambert's "minor adjustments"

Adam Lambert twittered his response to the Malaysian opposition group's recent bid to cancel his upcoming concert in their country.

The Pan Malaysian Islamic Party stated that Lambert and his performance scheduled for this Thursday (October 14) would promote "gay culture."

The American Idol star initially responded by tweeting he would make "a few minor adjustments out of respect for the Malaysian government."

Lambert followed this response with the following:

"Does my show ‘promote the gay lifestyle’? It promotes living ANY lifestyle that includes the freedom to seek love and intimacy. Gay, straight, bi, young or old. It’s all inclusive….Plus, what’s THE gay lifestyle? There isn’t just one. There are so many different kinds of gay people. We have a variety of different lifestyles. There’s not only one lifestyle lived by straight folks. Generalizing ... "

Whether the changes Lambert plans to make will be enough to not cause the Malaysian government offence will be revealed in two days' time.

Listen to Adam Lambert's 'If I Had You' (Jason Nevins Extended Mix) from his forthcoming EP, 'If I Had You Remixed' below: