Selena Gomez, 28, has an active civic stance and regularly speaks about the United States' political situation.
This time, the singer turned to Facebook director Mark Zuckerberg and CEO Cheryl Sandberg. She demanded that there be less misinformation and racist content on the social network.
The singer posted a letter to Stories on Instagram.
"We have a severe problem, @facebook and @instagram are used to spread hatred, misinformation, racism, and bigotry. I urge you both to help stop this," Selena wrote.
Gomez called on Zuckerberg and Sandberg to block "malicious" accounts and groups. The singer expressed particular concern in connection with the upcoming US presidential election in November.
"Our future depends on it. It is an election year. We cannot afford to misinform about voting. There should be fact-checking and reporting. I hope to hear the answer from you as soon as possible," said the singer.