Justin Bieber is putting in his own request for President Donald Trump.
On Friday, Trump announced on Twitter that he would be calling the prime minister of Sweden to help free rapper A$AP Rocky, explaining that he felt compelled to do so following a conversation with Kanye West.
Shortly after his announcement, Bieber, 25, responded to the president, thanking Trump for individually helping his friend but asking if he could also prioritize the migrant crisis at the border.
“I want my friend out.. I appreciate you trying to help him. But while your [sic] at it @realDonaldTrump can you also let those kids out of cages?” the pop star wrote on Twitter Saturday.
Bieber’s tweet comes after new media coverage of the Ursula migrant processing center in McAllen, Texas, further revealed the “haunting” conditions of the border migrant stations — with countless children and infants held alone behind chain-link fences.