Singer Belinda Carlisle on Tuesday criticized Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant for signing a bill into law that targets the LGBT community.

“Nearly 30 years ago, I released a song titled Heaven is a Place on Earth,” Carlisle wrote in a Facebook post directed at Bryant. “I was proud of the message of that song then and I continue to be proud of it today. Unfortunately, Governor Bryant, you and those around you are making life hell on Earth for many Mississippians.”

Carlisle's son, James Duke Mason, is an openly gay actor.

“As the very proud mother of a gay child I can't imagine anything less christian than using the law as a weapon against others.”

“Because of my career as a performer and the privilege that has brought to our family, my son will be all right, but the pain you're causing LGBTQ Mississippians is devastating, especially the transgender folks and LGBTQ people of color who will be most directly impacted by these attacks,” Carlisle added.

Mississippi's law, House Bill 1523, allows businesses to deny services to LGBT people based on their “sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions.”

Carlisle said that she strongly considered canceling a concert in Mississippi set to take place on Saturday.