Selena Gomez has made her opinion known on the raging conflict in the Middle East.
Writing on Instagram that "It's About Humanity," Selena posted the controversial message last night for folks to "Pray for Gaza" in regard to the ongoing battle being waged between Israel and Palestine in that region.
Gomez is the latest star to weigh in on this difficult topic, with Rihanna (accidentally, she claims) Tweeting "Free Palestine" earlier in the week, only for the message to be quickly deleted.
But Selena isn't backing off.
“Please pray for those families and babies today. Please always remember what’s important in life,” she explained.
Many are now wondering whether Gomez actually supports Hamas - which has launched numerous missiles in an attempt to destroy Israel - or if she's just expressing prayers for peace in general.
It certainly sounds like the latter, doesn't it?
Gomez concluded her message with the hashtag "#wearethenextgeneration."
At least she's moved on from Justin Bieber, right? At least for the time being.
Here's a look at other stars who have gone political online... and then regretted going so:
Patricia Heaton attacked Georgetown student Sandra Fluke in 2012 after the young woman testified before Congress that contraception should be covered by insurance. The actress later apologized and even deleted her Twitter account.
In November 2012, Kim Kardashian Tweeted (and then deleted) "praying for everyone in Israel" and "praying for everyone in Palestine and across the world!" She proceeded to apologize for offending any followers.
Ashton Kutcher angered many when he shared his thoughts on the Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky child sex scandal in November 2011. He later said he was sorry and did not have all the facts when sending his original message.
In June 2014, January Jones #TBT picture from her early modeling days. It depicted her in a tribal-themed sweater vest, standing between what appeared like two shirtless African men. "I had to swap my #tbt pics because I was receiving to many negative comments and assumptions," Jones wrote as a mea culpa. "This forum should be a happy and fun place I had no patience for hate."
On Twitter, Dr. Phil asked: âIf a girl is drunk, is it OK to have sex with her? Reply yes or no to @drphil #teenaccused." He later removed this Tweet and denied accusations that he was promoting date rape.