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Sinéad O'Connor is 'terribly sorry,' but she never wants to 'spend time with white people again'

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Sinéad O’Connor was outspoken on Tuesday, even for her.

Weeks after announcing her conversion to Islam and revealing she’d changed her name to Shuhada’ Davitt, the Irish singer posted a string of tweets lashing out at non-Muslims and defending women.

O’Connor, 51, complained in later posts about President Trump, and she wondered if Twitter would ban her statements when it allowed Trump to “spew the satanic filth even on my country.”

O’Connor offered advice to American voters heading to the polls.

O’Conner regularly shares her thoughts on current affairs as well as her personal issues, such as having survived “childhood sexual violence” and sexual assault as an adult.

Sinéad O’Connor performs on Dec. 10, 2013, in London. (Photo: Joseph Okpako/Redferns via Getty Images<em>Sinéad</em>
Sinéad O’Connor performs on Dec. 10, 2013, in London. (Photo: Joseph Okpako/Redferns via Getty ImagesSinéad

O’Connor has said in the past that she struggles with mental health issues.

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