Miley Cyrus is stirring up controversy again with her new gay rights tattoo.
Cyrus tweeted the picture of her new ink on her Twitter account with the message: “All LOVE is equal.” The tattoo is an equal sign on her ring finger, which was most likely done to symbolize gay marriage.
However, some of her fans have different opinions, one even questioning her Christianity. To this Miley replied: “where does it say in the bible to judge others? Oh right. It doesn’t. GOD is the only judge honey. ‘GOD is love’.”
Miley did stand up for her opposers when other fans began sending hate mail and death threats, asking them to “lay off” the one particular tweeter she responded to, adding: “Everyone is entitled 2 opinions! ‘if u don’t stand 4 something you’ll fall for anything.’ :)”
This isn’t the first time the 18-year-old has spoken out about her views on gay marriage. She told PARADE magazine in March 2010 that the reason she deleted her first Twitter account in Oct. 2009 was because of the constant negative feedback she received for her opinions. “I said on there that I believed in gay marriage because everyone should have the right to love each other,” she said. “I got such hate mail about being a bad person.”
She also brought on her stance on gay marriage after the Casey Anthony verdict came in, tweeting: “You know the world is skewed when people get away with murdering children but we cant get gay marriage legalized in the state of California.”