Cher said she’s boycotting Facebook and Google.
Cher is no longer going to use Google or Facebook, where the tech giants “might as well be conspiring with Russia to destroy our democracy.”
The “Faith” singer promised Tuesday to her Twitter account for her fans, but claimed that she would not be using Google or Facebook services, because their only loyalty to money.
“JUST USE GOOGLE,GET RID OF THE FACEBOOK ACCOUNT I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT I HAD.WOULD get RID OF TWITTER IF IT is NOT 4 the [love] OF U. THESE COMPANIES HAVE NO ALLEGIANCE TO,OR [love] OF EVERYTHING BUT MONEY. THEY MIGHT AS WELL BE CONSPIRING WITH RUSSIA TO DESTROY OUR DEMOCRACY,” Cher wrote on Twitter. “WHERES the [love] OF [America]”
Google and Facebook have received clearance following the 2016 presidential elections for failing to stop fake accounts from the distribution of, and trade of the privacy of users for the data.
Two reports from the Senate Intelligence Committee released Monday faulted Facebook for the allow of a huge Russia-campaign showed that racial and political divisions in the U.S., it systematically targeted African-Americans and tried to recruit them as “assets” in the years before the 2016 presidential elections.
SHOCKING SCALE OF RUSSIA ‘ S UNIQUE SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN AGAINST US IS REVEALED
Google, Twitter and Facebook, which owns Instagram, have been criticized for misrepresenting the amount of Russian activity on their websites, and not providing the accurate number of users viewing the content that is created by the Russian bots.
Cher has been a vocal critic of President Trump. Last Friday, the singer called Trump a “liar and a criminal, a cheater, a traitor,” that “ruined my beloved” America.
The artist also threw her support for Joe Biden as a possible candidate for the 2020 presidential elections — Democratic Texas Rep. Beto O’rourke as the former vice president running mate.
Fox News’ Christopher Carbone contributed to this report.