Sinead O'Connor Suggests 'Poor Americans' to Fire President Donald Trump in Twitter Rant

The Irish singer-songwriter, who goes by the name of Shuhada Davitt since her conversion to Islam, also calls white people 'disgusting.'

AceShowbiz - The artist formerly known as Sinead O'Connor has insisted she never wants to "spend time with white people again".

The Irish singer-songwriter, who goes by the name of Shuhada Davitt since her conversion to Islam, posted a series of rambling tweets on the social networking platform in which she described non-Muslims as "disgusting" and claimed "the reign of the white man" was over.

O'Connor began her Twitter rant by apologising for saying "something so racist", explaining she never thought it was something she could ever feel.

"I'm terribly sorry...," she began. "But truly I never wanna spend time with white people again (if that's what non-muslims are called). Not for one moment, for any reason. They are disgusting."

"Interesting to see if Twitter bans this when it allows people like Trump and Milbank spew the satanic filth upon even my country," she continued. "Forgive me. Sometimes the Lord needs dirty workers."

The 51-year-old later added: "Everyone says the Poor Americans are the victim of Trump. But you hired him. So fire him. Otherwise you're complicit. It is the same with all so called Islamic Terrorism. Which is exactly what the devil wants and loves. #WatchTheWomen sing the f**ker to sleep."

O'Connor, who now wears a hijab, also spoke up for women in Islam in her posts and urged Muslim men to let women take the lead, "NO more martyrs please. Its a STOOOOOOOPID I-F**KING-DEA. Lads. Sit down and let the females show you how to sing the devil to sleep ; )".

Her conversion to Islam comes two months after she asked Pope Francis to present her with an official excommunication certificate, so she could officially leave the Catholic Church.

The musician was excommunicated by Pope Benedict XVI in 2013 after she was ordained a priest by radical Tridentine bishop, Michael Cox, in 1999. She has also openly spoken about past abortions - a contravention of Canon Law.

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