Pastor Wanda Rolon, an influential social conservative in Puerto Rico, has blasted Ricky Martin's new tour and sexuality.

Rolon, who helms the megachurch First Christian Church of La Senada Antigua in northern Puerto Rico, took to Facebook to denounce the openly gay singer as he kicked off his Musica+Alma+Sexo (Music+Soul+Sex) world tour Friday.

“This weekend Puerto Rico will receive a man who God rescued from hell,” Rolon wrote, referring to evangelist Nicky Cruz. “On the other hand, there is another one who wants to take people to hell! RM is its ambassador.”

Rolon deleted the post and denied claims she was homophobic in a second post: “I never promoted hatred, but the love of Christ. ... God calls us as only man and woman because it was how He created us.”

In an interview with Primera Hora, Rolon, a self-appointed apostle, chided Martin for being open about his sexuality, saying she worried that children will think being gay is okay.

“They continue being sons, brothers and cousins. They have always existed, but glorifying this behavior no. I do not glorify a drug addict, an alcoholic,” she said.

Martin ostensibly responded to his critic near the end of his first concert, telling the audience: “My people, what can I tell you? All I want is for my homeland to be free of prejudice. Neither more nor less. Same!”