Whoa there, Sinead O'Connor!
Tell us how you really feel about Kim Kardashian!
Apparently having signed online for the first time in over a week, the controversial singer Tweeted a response today to the cleavage-heavy photo of Kardashian on this month’s Rolling Stone cover, asking simply:
"What is this c-nt doing on the cover of Rolling Stone?"
O'Connor then elaborated a bit, making it seem as if she has less of a problem with Kardashian than with Rolling Stone's desperate attempt to make headlines.
"Music has officially died," O'Connor wrote.
"Who knew it would be Rolling Stone that murdered it?
"Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh can no longer be expected to take all the blame. Bob Dylan must be f-cking horrified. #BoycottRollingStone."
Why a long-time, previously-respected music magazine would feature Kim Kardashian's boobs on its cover is a legitimate question and complaint.
But that doesn't forgive O'Connor's dirty name calling.
Then again, O'Connor has never been one to mince words.
Last year, the artist got into it big time with Miley Cyrus after responding to the singer’s “Wrecking Ball” video by referring to Miley as a prostitute.
Again, O'Connor was making a larger point; she was urging Miley not to sacrifice her morals or her body in the name of selling records.
But Sinead O'Connor might not be the most articulate musician in the business, as once again evidenced here.