'What an immoral pig you have to be' - Celebrities react to Trump's immigration ban
Celebrities have taken to social media to vent their collective outrage at Donald Trump's immigration ban .
On Friday, Trump signed an executive order which suspends immigration from seven countries with substantial Muslim populations for 90 days.
The countries are Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.
The new rule also affects those holding valid green cards and visas issued by the US or who have dual citizenship with another country not on the list.
The order has caused uproar across the US with protests taking place in major airports such as Los Angeles' LAX, New York’s JFK airport and O’Hare International in Chicago.
Many artists have spoken out, including Rihanna who branded Trump an "immoral pig".
Disgusted! The news is devastating! America is being ruined right before our eyes! What an immoral pig you have to be to implement such BS!!— Rihanna (@rihanna) January 29, 2017
Really, people with influence need to start speaking out properly. People more concerned with building their "brands" than humanity #shame
Steve Jobs father was Syrian and he was adopted in to an American family. This is absolute madness and completely against American interest
this refugee/muslim ban is ridiculous/wrong/heartbreaking/scary/ backwards/hateful and extremely sad.— CHARLI XCX (@charli_xcx) January 28, 2017
Donald Trump is an unwell, evil human being. To the core.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) January 28, 2017
As someone who was born in Pakistan I can tell you coming into America is VERY difficult. A #Muslimban accomplishes nothing but hate.— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) January 28, 2017
Meanwhile, Grimes and Sia each initiated charity campaigns supporting organisations fighting against Trump’s actions.
Sia pledged to donate money to the American Civil Liberties Union, after it won a legal battle against the ban.
On Twitter, the Australian singer promised to match the donations of users who send her their ACLU donation receipts, up to $100,000.
Actress Rosie O'Connell, musician Grimes and Hollywood director Judd Apatow all followed suit.