Grammy-winning singer Sam Smith says he'll never perform in Russia.

The openly gay Smith, who walked away with four Grammy Awards on Sunday, told Rolling Stone that he's appalled by Russia's treatment of the LGBT community.

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“I don't hate Russia, but I just will never go to Russia,” Smith, 22, said ahead of Sunday's show.

“What they do to gay people there is just disgusting and it makes me very angry.”

“I've even said, no matter how many billions of pounds you could offer me, I just couldn't, which makes me sad, because I have Russian fans. They contact me on Twitter. It makes me sad,” he added.

In 2013, Russia approved laws prohibiting so-called “homosexual propaganda” to minors and the adoption of Russian children by couples who live in countries where gays can marry.