Donald Trump’s sweeping victory on Super Tuesday prompted a few celebrities to consider whether their future lies abroad.
Miley Cyrus did not wait long to let everyone know what she thought of the prospect of a President Trump, according to Vanity Fair.
“Gonna vom / move out da country #aintapartyindausaanymo,” she wrote on Instagram on March 2, alongside a picture of the Super Tuesday election results.
Later that day, Cyrus posted three pictures online: one showing Trump with a female hunter, one of the female hunter holding a lion she killed, and one showing Cyrus crying.
In the caption, Cyrus wrote, in part:
Yes . That is a tear rolling down my cheek dripping off the end of my nose…. This makes me so unbelievable scared and sad.... Not only for our country but for animals that I love more than anything in this world.... My heart is broken into a 100000 pieces ..... I think I may vomit .... That picture on the right is so disturbing.... YOU are not destiny! It is not your job to decide when a living things life is over .... & YOU DT ARE NOT GOD NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU THINK YOU ARE!!!!
(& if he doesn't think he is "God" he thinks he is the f---ing chosen one or some s---! We're all just f---ing jam between his rich a-- toes! Honestly f--- this s--- I am moving if this is my president! I don't say things I don't mean!)
Cyrus is by no means the only celebrity vowing to settle outside the borders of the U.S. if Trump wins the White House.
Rev. Al Sharpton said he was “reserving my ticket to get out of here if he wins,” according to Fox News.
Whoopi Goldberg was not so sure but still raised the possibility.
“I don’t think that’s America,” she said. “I don’t want it to be America. Maybe it’s time for me to move.”
A radio DJ on an island in Nova Scotia, Canada, has set up an online campaign for all of those thinking about packing their bags.
On the DJ's website, "Cape Breton If Donald Trump Wins,” he writes that the island will be a Trump-free zone.
CNN sent a reporting team to Cape Breton March 1 to speak with locals and profile the island. Immigration lawyer Damien Barry said he had received around 50 inquiries about how to move to the island, CBC reported.
“I’ll buy them their airfare,” Donald Jr., Trump’s son, told Fox. “Those are endorsements for Trump.”
The presidential hopeful agreed.
“I will join with my boys and bank for it,” Trump said.