Cher issued a no-nonsense put down to a Twitter user who questioned her intentions.
The 71-year-old singer revealed she wanted to help people affected by President Donald Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act, known as the 'Dreamers' programme, but one follower wasn't convinced she would be as good as her word, and the showbiz star hit back.
Cher tweeted: "Those Who Can Must Take a DREAMER In2 Their Home & Protect Them‼I'm Ready 2 Do This & Others in MY BUSINESS WILL DO THE SAME‼SANCTUARY (sic)"
A Twitter user known as Brenda on the site then replied: "Sure you will Cher.. I'll believe it when I see it (sic)"
But Cher hit back, writing: "Then keep your eyes open b***h (sic)"
Brenda has since made her Twitter account private.
The scheme had prevented 800,000 people being deported by granting work permits and protection from deportation for young illegal immigrants who were brought to the US as kids.
Several of Cher's fans voiced their support of the singer on Twitter.
One wrote: "I already thought that you are one of the strongest & fiercest humans alive but you just went up yet another notch in my esteem (sic)"
Another posted: "Just when I think I can't love you more.... (sic)"
One tweeted: "You are my hero today Cher (sic)"
Cher also hit out at Trump yesterday (05.09.17) after the White House announced it was ending the scheme.
She tweeted: "[US flag emoji] HAS BEEN OUR DREAMERS ONLY HOME‼HOW CAN WE THROW THEM INTO THE WILDERNESS.TRUMP IS COMPLETE COWARD,WHY DIDNT HE END DACA"HIMSELF"ON [TV emoji] (sic)"