Cardi B took to Twitter Tuesday to sound off on Utah’s recently passed anti-pornography law, which will require porn filters on all cell phones and tablets sold in the state. 

“I respect everyone’s religion but Utah restricting porn and not regulating the disgusting things that happens in the FLDS (Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). That cult is disturbing,” the 28-year-old rapper wrote in a post.

In a subsequent tweet, Cardi expanded on her criticism of the FLDS: “I will understand if they restrict porn because the state is very religious however they allow soo much disgusting things out there that they claim is part of their religion and that’s MOLESTING CHILDREN …Look it up!”

Cardi’s tweets received mixed reactions, with some critics indicating that the FLDS is in fact not connected to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, while other responders sent her messages of support. 

Cardi isn’t the first critic that’s made headlines in the week since Utah governor Spencer Cox signed the bill into law. Among those opposing the legislation is adult film star Cherie DeVille, who, in an open letter in The Daily Beast, called on the governor to veto the bill.