Macy Gray isn’t backing down from her controversial stance that the American flag should be redesigned.

The 53-year-old Grammy-winning singer elicited mixed reactions over a Juneteenth op-ed she wrote for MarketWatch that quickly went viral. In the piece, Gray compared the U.S. flag to the Confederate flag, calling it “tattered, dated, divisive and incorrect.” She doubled down on her assertion on Monday.

“Why do we have to celebrate a flag that now represents divisiveness and hate?” she declared on FOX 11.

Gray felt the need for change more than ever on Jan. 6, when she watched rioters storm the U.S. Capitol, many of whom carried American flags.

“The people there held it up as their symbol as ‘this is what America represents,'” Gray continued. “‘We’re threatening to hang the vice president and our gang sign is the flag.'”

Gray said she “shouldn’t have to salute” the current flag.

“I shouldn’t have to honor it, I shouldn’t have to pledge to it,” she explained. “All I’m saying is let’s redesign the flag for the rest of us who aren’t a part of that tribe.”