The latest buzz is about a tiny tattoo on Miley Cyrus' finger, which shows her strong stand and support for gay marriage.
The 18-year-old popular pop singer uploaded a photo of her finger on Twitter. The photo shows a new tattoo of an equals sign with the comment: "All LOVE is equal."
One of her follower asked Cyrus to "look up Leviticus, 1 Corinthians. Read both chapters and tell me where God says homosexuality, incest, and polygamy is ok?"
Responding to the tweet, Cyrus wrote: "@MileyCyrusLuver where does it say in the bible to judge others? Oh right. It doesn't. GOD is the only judge honey. 'GOD is love.'"
However, Cyrus seemed to be alright with those who didn't agree with her opinion. She tweeted: "Everyone is entitled 2 opinions!' if u don't stand 4 something you'll fall for anything.' :)"
Meanwhile, Cyrus' body art has sparked debate over gay rights on the micro-blogging site. Some of her fans/followers have supported her stand, while some others have criticized telling her lesbian or not to be a Christian over the equality tattoo.
"I love miley but disagree with her on this... I love God more and I have to follow him no matter what anyone says," one of her fans tweeted.
But Cyrus has got her backing.
One of her follower wrote: "@MileyCyrus is one of a kind! People who hate should keep their comments to themselves, don't put people down it's rude."
"I don't see why. She's stood up for her beliefs. We fans just need to tell her we love her;)" another follower wrote.
Back in May, Cyrus expressed about her support for the gay community when she teased Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum for his disagreement to gay marriage.
She tweeted: "IF WE ALLOW GAY MARRIAGE NEXT THING U KNOW PEOPLE WILL BE MARRYING GOLD FISH' - Rick Santorum UO contributed $13,000 to this mans campaign."
Cyrus quitted Twitter in Oct. 2009 after receiving negative responses on her stand in support of gay rights. "I said on there that I believed in gay marriage because everyone should have the right to love each other... I got such hate mail about being a bad person," she said in an interview with Parade magazine published in March 2010.