Miley Cyrus Wants to ‘Stir Some Sh*t Up;’ Gives Sen. Cotton’s Phone Number to Followers


Following the signing of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana, Miley Cyrus has been vocal in her opposition to it, falling in line with the critics who say the law opens the door to anti-LGBT discrimination.

On Thursday, reacting directly to Sen. Tom Cotton‘s (R-AR) comments about “perspective” over religious freedom laws when considering how Iran “hangs” gay people, Cyrus called on her 19 million Twitter followers to flood the senator’s phone lines:

Since the law was passed last Thursday, Gov. Mike Pence (R) and the law’s defenders have received fierce backlash from high-profile celebrities and politicians alike, and as a result, the state’s Republican lawmakers proposed a “fix” and a “clarification” to the law, which Pence requested to be on his desk this week.

UPDATE — Apr. 3, 6:42 p.m. ET: It didn’t take long for Cyrus’ followers to fill up Sen. Cotton’s voice mailbox. She posted this recording of what happens when you try to call his office to her Instagram account last night:

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