Bette Midler might want to avoid Twitter from a distance.
The 72-year-old actress and singer posted another controversial message on Thursday ― this one aimed at first lady Melania Trump.
The “Do You Want To Dance” singer made a joke about the dry cleaning bill for Air Force One, and added the hashtag ”#FLOTITS.”
Midler, who apologized last month after tweeting that “women, are the n-word of the world,” might want to ready another mea culpa, judging by Twitter reaction. Even fans of hers took her to task.
Why??? Absolutely not necessary! Talk cyber bullying. Such a shame Bette. pic.twitter.com/uwhJyNepYE— Maria (@Miljutina) November 16, 2018
To think that I admired you for so many years for being so funny, irreverent and embracing humankind-— Kim Kelley (@Indie1031kk) November 16, 2018
You’ve turned into a wretched old woman- it’s really too bad-
I always loved your movies and music but I am now dhleting ALL your music from my MP3 player. You are disgusting to say the least. Never buying a CD or watching a movie from you ever again— Angie Venter (@angie1venter) November 16, 2018
"You are the wind-bag beneath the left-wings."— VerticalLiquid (@VertyLiquid) November 16, 2018
I love you and loathe that whole family but no. Just no. Pick apart her dangerous actions, not her body/use thereof.— Mombi (@MaynanMombi) November 15, 2018
Women deserve better than this.
Just as much as Lewinsky's dry cleaning bill I reckon...— Kenny Onions (@Kenny_Onions) November 16, 2018
Woman lift each other up. I just lost all respect for you.— Donna Marcotte (@Donna_Marcotte) November 15, 2018
Oh, Bette, I have loved you for years and you’ve been an inspiration, but now you’re body shaming? I know now you don’t mean my body, and not all bodies are beautiful, right?— Deborah church (@debchurch805) November 16, 2018
Jealous, much? Adored you. But now yet another Hollywoodite scratched off my list. Like when I used to adore Bill Cosby: you fell into that cravat, the “hole” of ugliness: Can’t even watch award shows for the same reason, Bette: Hollywood has become so UGLY, WHINY & no class.— Amanda (@AmandasGate) November 16, 2018
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.