Miley Cyrus is in no mood to weaken the momentum on her anti-LGBT protest.
On Tuesday, the "Wrecking Ball" singer took to her Instagram account and clarified to her fans that her post is part of her campaign to expose the 'misinformation' about the Bill.
"People are trying now to make the Indiana law look like something that it's not," she told TIME magazine. "They're trying to make it look like it's not discriminatory. It's confusing for my fans, so I'm happy to [speak up about it]."
Further sharing her thoughts, she said that her generation is "moving forward." "They are dinosaurs, and they are dying off. We are the new generation, and with that will come so much... so much that young people want to do and change and see, and I think a lot of that can come through social media."
Last Thursday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed a controversial law that pro-LGBT activists say would make possible for businesses and other groups to legally discriminate against the LBGT community by citing religious reasons. The bill has outraged many Hollywood stars, including Miley Cyrus, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Ashton Kutcher, George Takei.
The singer started her campaign by posting a picture of the governor on Instagram and wrote: "You're an a--hole @govpenceIN: the only place that has more idiots that Instagram is in politics @braisoncwukong thank you for standing up for what is right! We need more strong heterosexual men fighting for equality in both men and women! Why are the macho afraid to love muchoooo?!?"
She posted the message after her brother Braison Cyrus shared a similar message on social media. "This is Indiana Senator, Mike Pence," Braison wrote, and continued: "He is currently trying to pass a law in Indiana to allow businesses to discriminate against gays under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This is wrong in so many ways. Tweet him and tell him he's an a--hole @govpenceIN."