The popular Irish singer-songwriter goes as far as blaming the respected publication for 'murdering' music, stating that Bob Dylan would be 'f**king horrified'.
The popular Irish singer-songwriter goes as far as blaming the respected publication for 'murdering' music, stating that Bob Dylan would be 'f**king horrified'. O'Connor took to her Facebook page to share her disappointment over the July-16-30 issue. Sinead wrote:
''What is this c**t doing on the cover of Rolling Stone? Music has officially died. Who knew it would be Rolling Stone that murdered it? Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh can no longer be expected to take all the blame. Bob Dylan must be f**king horrified.''
The 48-year-old then asks her fans to boycott the magazine, signing off with the hashtag: ''#BoycottRollingStone.''
O'Connor, who is no stranger to controversy, having regularly hit the headlines over the years with her antics both on and off stage, also slammed Miley Cyrus' behaviour in 2013 and 2014.
Last year, Sinead posted an image of a scantily-clad Miley with her mouth full of dollar bills under the caption: ''Does Anyone Know The Whereabouts Of this Girl's Parents? No human being on earth would be photographing, filming or watching my child-like looking daughter dressed as a stripper with a load of cash stuck in her mouth.''
The Irish singer criticised the music industry for the 'sexualising of minors', as she claimed Miley is 'unconsciously' doing the same. She signs off by saying the sexualised behaviour by certain artists make for a ''double win for an industry crawling with evil''.