Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Irish Singer Sinead O’Connor – who once tore a picture of the pope in half on Saturday Night Live – is no stranger to controversy. O’Connor announced that she had converted to Islam last month, and now goes by the name Shuhada’ Davitt.

This month she’s decided she hates white people.

Davitt, went on a long Twitter rant recently where she railed against white people, Donald Trump, and Christian and Jewish theologians, among other things.

Sinead’s racist twitter rant

The tweets are pretty out there. Her first one read, “I’m terribly sorry. What I’m about to say is something so racist I never thought my soul could ever feel it. But truly I never wanna spend time with white people again (if that’s what non-muslims are called). Not for one moment, for any reason. They are disgusting.”

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As bad as that tweet was, the artist formerly known as Sinead O’Connor then appeared to defend violent passages found in the Koran and said “Christian and Jewish theologians” are “atheists and satanists actually in practice.”

“BTW if one IS an intelligent theologian and has taken the journey, one would know there is no more talk of ancient violence in the Q’ran as the Tanukh, the Bible or The sodding Mahabarata,” she added. “And its ALL EQUALLY IRELLEVANT TO OUR TIMES #ForFuckSake #ReignOfWhiteMANover.”


She had some more crazy tweets, but suffice to say whatever sanity Davitt may have once had – and that’s a highly debatable proposition – has gone right out the window.

In 2017, Davitt, then O’Connor, said she was suffering from mental illness, feeling suicidal, and was living in a New Jersey motel.

If the singer needs professional help, we hope she gets it.

In the meantime, maybe she should spend less time on social media being hateful toward people for no other reason than the color of their skin.

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