Selena Gomez slid into Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai’s DM’s on Instagram Tuesday night in regards to election ads appearing on the search engine. 

Gomez is on a mission to remove Google’s ads that have been spreading misinformation about the upcoming election. The company is profiting off these ads, and she doesn’t believe it’s right. 

Her DM wrote, “Hi Sundar, Although we have never met, I just learned that Google is making millions of dollars putting ads on websites that spread disinformation about our election. I’m hoping you are also just finding this out too. Please shut this down immediately. The fate of our country depends on it. Thanks, Selena.”

She even went on to post a screenshot of this DM on her Instagram story and tagged both Google and Pichai. She has 195 million followers, so she wanted to be sure people saw what she was doing behind the scenes. 

While the singer and actress didn’t post which ads were the culprit, Google has already been under fire for the practice back in August. It approved a misleading mail-in voting ad, according to "Elle." The ads were from a company called Protect My Vote. 

The Washington Post is the organization that called Google out back when this first happened in August and gave more insight into what exactly the ad was trying to portray. 

It was informing mail-in and absentee voters that their votes could get lost in the mail, which in the end, leads to American rights being stripped away. 

While no one has reached out to Gomez with an answer or explanation, Charlotte Smith, who is the spokesperson for Google, talked to the Post a few months ago about Google's policies. 

“We have zero tolerance for ads that employ voter suppression tactics or undermine participation in elections," said told Elle. "When we find those ads, we take them down."

The ads were never removed and still are being used as of today.

Selena Gomez Selena Gomez attends the American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. 24, 2019, in Los Angeles. Photo: Taylor Hill/FilmMagic