Selena Gomez called out social media apps for allowing rioters to use the apps.
On Wednesday (January 6), the “Rare” singer shared a letter to social media CEOs on her social media platforms, shortly after the Capitol riot.
"Today is the result of allowing people with hate in their hearts to use platforms that should be used to bring people together and allow people to build community," she began.
Gomez then called out YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram as a whole, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
"You have all failed the American people today, and I hope you're going to fix things moving forward," she concluded.
See the post, below.
Gomez has previously called out Facebook on two occasions. She recently called out the platform for sharing inaccurate information concerning COVID-19 itself and the vaccine. "Scientific disinformation has and will cost lives," she wrote.
Additionally, she condemned both Facebook and Instagram for allowing users to sell racist Neo-Nazi merchandise.