Disney fans are up in arms over comments by Paloma Faith.

Over the weekend, the singer and “Pennyworth” actress shared an Instagram post criticizing the Halle Bailey-starring “The Little Mermaid” remake.

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“As a mother of girls I don’t want my kids to think it’s ok to give up your entire voice and your powers to love a man,” Faith wrote in the now-deleted post. “Wtf is this s**t. Not what I want to be teaching next gen women at all.”

In the film, the mermaid Ariel gives up her voice to the villain Ursula in exchange for legs and the chance to live on land after falling in love with Prince Eric.

Despite the criticism of the film’s story, Faith added, “I think Halle gives a good performance and it’s great casting.”

But Bailey’s fans weren’t taking the criticism lying down, digging up a tweet from 2009 in which Faith had written, “when i grow up i want to be the little mermaid.”

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Fans called Faith out by sharing the old tweet, with some calling her new comments “fake outrage” and others adding, “This didn’t age well.”

“The Little Mermaid” opened this past weekend to $95 million at the North American box office and has so far grossed over $185 million worldwide.