On Sunday night, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards took place and as expected, it got political at times. In response, United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley decided to speak out on Twitter.

Haley on Grammys

Just like the Academy Awards and the Emmy Awards, the Grammy Awards became another platform for celebrities to express their disdain for Donald Trump and the current administration.

On Sunday night, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took part in a skit along side several celebrities who decided to read passages from Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House." "One reason why he liked to eat at McDonald's: Nobody knew he was coming and the food was safely premade," Clinton read. "His comb-over: A product called Just for Men," Cher read. Other artists like John Legend, Snoop Dog, and Cardi B also did readings of their own. When the segment ended, supporters of the president were not happy, which was evident during a January 28 tweet by Nikki Haley.

Taking to Twitter on January 28, Nikki Haley expressed her frustration at the Grammy Awards for becoming too political in regards to the "Fire and Fury" segment.

"I have always loved the grammys but to have artists read the Fire and Fury book killed it," Haley wrote. "Don’t ruin great music with trash," she added, while concluding, "Some of us love music without the politics thrown in it."

Instant reaction

Not long after Nikki Haley sent out her tweet, critics of the administration quickly fired back.

"Oh please you know if it was pointed at Obama you’d be silent on this issue. You’re ambassador to the UN you’ve got better things to do than tweeting like your boss," one tweet read.

"Music and art is political," one tweet read.

"Having a sense of humor might help here," Don Moyhihan tweeted out. "Oh please give me a break! You sit back silent as Trump trashes nearly every person in this country who isn’t white or doesn’t worship the ground he walks on. If you want to stand up with a message you better get your moral compass in the right direction first sister," yet another tweet added.

"LOL your boss took a break from assaulting women & targeting minority’s to tweet about Jay Z and you had nothing to say.

Artists are *supposed* to speak out against injustice," Anil Dash wrote. "Some of us citizens, don't like our politicians to be complicit and spineless while burning down our reputation all over the world and supporting a bumbling idiot. so... whateva, lady," a Twitter user wrote.