It was last Sunday when more than 26 people were killed inside of a Texas church. Another 20 people were wounded after a shooter entered the church and opened fire on the innocent civilians. Families were destroyed and lives were ruined during the service in the small town of Sutherland Springs.
She wrote: ‘my dreams have become nightmares & those nightmares, reality … This isn’t fair, this isn’t right, this isn’t just, this isn’t human!’
In her heartfelt post, she continued: ‘this is a TERRORIST act by a WHITE AMERICAN MAN! I am heartbroken & embarrassed. Mortified by our country & its s–tty system, lack of control/laws! This does NOT HAVE or NEED to happen! It’s devastatingly disgusting!’
The Grammy nominee continued: ‘I continue to be hopeful that enough is enough and the eyes of the ignorant will open and realize that (gun) VIOLENCE has to stop! This a–holes [sic] Facebook profile photo was a f–king riffle! I don’t know how much more it can take! #F–kGuns#F–kViolence My love is with you TX!’
As the positive post generated hundreds of thousands of likes and many more shares, there seemed to be just as many who were critiquing her choice of words.
Some members of social media seemed to have a problem with the fact that Miley pointed out that a white American man was responsible for the attack.