Singer Miley Cyrus is joining the growing number of Americans threatening to leave the country if Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump wins the White House. In an Instagram post featuring a teary-eyed selfie that garnered 296,000 likes and more than 16,000 comments, the child star-turned pop singer slammed Trump.
“We're all just f------ jam between his rich a-- toes!,” Cyrus wrote on March 2. “Honestly f--- this s--- I am moving if this is my president! I don't say things I don't mean!”
This isn’t the first time Cyrus has taken on Trump. A few days before that post, she wrote on Instagram that “Donald Trump is a f------ nightmare!” which garnered 245,000 likes.
Although Cyrus hasn’t explicitly said who she’ll support, she posted what she apparently believed was an image of Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont marching alongside Martin Luther King Jr., although the image actually depicts activist Paul Reese, who bears a resemblance to a young Sanders, according to Snopes. Sanders has also clarified that it isn’t him in the photo and he did not march in Selma, Alabama.
Cyrus has posted several photos of Sanders on her Instagram, often deriding the failure of voters to show up at the polls in support of the democratic socialist who has upset the Democratic nomination contest.
Cyrus hasn’t shied away from politics in the past. In October 2015, she appeared with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in a skit on "Saturday Night Live." Their skit together bumped both of their profiles and the episode was one of the highest rated that year, the Los Angeles Times reported.