The artist shared a simple tweet amid one of the tensest US elections in recent history to call against rushing the process of vote counting.
“Count every vote,” she tweeted to her near-100 million followers on the social media platform. “We’ll wait.”
She doubled down on the message on Instagram, posting it via a series of six photos.
Her comment about counting votes came as Trump pushed for legitimate votes to be ignored in states where he holds a lead over Democratic candidate Joe Biden, and launched legal action to disrupt the counting process.
On Twitter, he has peddled conspiracy theories and misinformation about ballot-counting, following uproar caused by his false claim that he had won the election.
In Arizona’s Maricopa County, a ballot-counting facility was closed to the media and public amid safety fears, after Trump supporters – many of them armed – gathered outside the building.
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