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O'Connor's avatar is a Nike swoosh with a Muslim message.
Former suede-headed pop singer Sinead O'Connor, who has long struggled with mental illness issues, had finally lost her battle against insanity by converting to Islam.

As reported by the Guardian:

The singer formerly known as SinĂ©ad O’Connor has converted to Islam, changing her name to Shuhada’.

She made the announcement on Twitter, saying her conversion was “the natural conclusion of any intelligent theologian’s journey. All scripture study leads to Islam. Which makes all other scriptures redundant.”

She has since documented her new faith, writing that she was “very, very, very happy” after being given her first hijab, and expressing thanks to “all my Muslim brothers and sisters who have been so kind as to welcome me to Ummah”, meaning the Islamic community. She also posted a YouTube video of her making the Islamic call to prayer.

“very, very, very happy” 
While Islam may be a suitable religion for humble people from an Arabic, Turkic, or South Asian background, it is entirely unsuitable for Europeans, especially Europeans like O'Connor with obvious mental problems who have been immersed for much of their life in the narcissistic pursuit of pop stardom.

To most people, this just looks like a sad case of a narcissistic "mid-life crisis" woman, doing something outlandish again in a desperate attempt to get some more attention. 

Indeed, if her conversion to Islam was a sincere and deeply spiritual process, as she claims, then the correct behaviour would have been to keep it quiet, not post it all over social media in a desperate attempt to attract amazement, criticism, and white knighting.

O'Connor clearly seems caught in a dangerous downward spiral, in which she is totally unable to think straight.

In 2017 she changed her name to Magda Davitt, saying at the time that she was doing this to be "free of the patriarchal slave names. Free of the parental curses." Now, she has gone and joined what is clearly the most patriarchal religion going -- with yet another name change, swapping "Magda" for Shuhada, a Muslim first name.

O'Connor had a massive hit sometime in the 1980s with a song written by a mixed-race dwarf, but ever since then, her career has been on a relentless slide into tabloid freak material.

Right now she is getting a big buzz from the uptick in interest in her, but once this story fades, as it inevitably will, she will be left alone with her demons again.

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