Demi Lovato just expressed her distaste for President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order via social media. The “Stone Cold” hitmaker, who is a vocal advocate of feminism, also reiterated her call for equality not only in America, but also in the entire world.

On Monday, Lovato took to Instagram to share a photo showing a man raising a sign that says “Without immigrants, there would be no U.S.A.” amid a public protest. Lovato didn’t explain anything in the caption, but she used the hashtag “#letthemin” to voice out her call to the incumbent president.

In a follow-up post, Lovato shared an artwork showing a woman of color getting a hug from the Statue of Liberty. This time, Lovato shared that she dreams to see a world that propagates equality among people from different races, religions and walks of life. She then reiterated her call for Trump to quash the executive order and let the immigrants in using the same “#letthemin” hashtag.

The “Cool for the Summer” singer’s posts were met with mixed reactions from her fans. One fan wrote: “You are so inspirational. Thanks for your support to immigrants.” On the contrary, another commented: “Demi, I love you and I stand with you on everything… just not this.”

Lovato is a staunch advocate of human rights. The former Disney actress even went out to participate at the Women’s March on Jan. 21 and joined the crowd in Los Angeles that gathered to echo their call for equality.

Meanwhile, when Lovato is not busy advocating for women’s rights or fulfilling some working engagements, she’s hard at work in keeping her body toned. Lovato’s fitness trainer, Jay Glazer, recently revealed to People that the actress-singer spends up to four hours a day at the gym.

“This is her safe haven. Demi will be here for four hours a day,” Glazer said of Lovato’s regular workout at L.A.’s Unbreakable Performance Center. “It’s her one place where she doesn’t have to be a pop star … She lights up when she comes in here.”