Miley Cyrus gave two political speeches during her set at Denmark's Tinderbox music festival on Friday (June 28).

Cyrus first gave a quick speech explaining why she isn't happy with her country. "I can't be changed. And I was backstage where I may [have] offended some people by calling my country s---, but you know what? [It's] a place where my friends that are gays and feel unsafe to walk on the f---ing street," Cyrus told the audience to roars of applause.

During the last song of her set the pop star also spoke on the topic of climate change.

"I hope all of you all know how important it is for you all to be involved in politics," Cyrus began her speech. "The youth, this generation, we are the last f---ing hope on this dying f---ing planet. It is begging you to f---ing go clean up the motherf---ing ocean. I don't like this motherf---ing trash in the water ... the living f---ing animals deserve to be there and have nowhere else to go. And by the f---ing way, we don't have anywhere to go either. There's no planet B, so don't f--- it up!"

Cyrus previously appeared on Lil Dicky's "Earth" song which is about climate change and environmental threats to the earth. Proceeds of the song benefit the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation.

Watch Cyrus' empowering speeches, below:

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