Comedienne Margaret Cho isn't laughing about a photo in which Miley Cyrus and friends appear to be poking fun at Asians.
The Korean-American admits she was appalled by the image, which first appeared online last week (ends06Feb09) - and she's still not happy after two separate public apologies from the teen star.
Cho has even penned a song, in which she slams the Hannah Montana star.
The comic sings, "I wasnt necessarily a fan of her, her dad, or Hannah Montana/I tend to prefer the songs of Rihanna/Racism against Asians is simply bananas"
She adds, "Oh Miley!/Chinky eyes make you look wily/Prejudice isnt thought of so highly/It doesnt make us all smiley... All you have to do is pull at your face/To make your eyelids resemble our race/This kind of joke has no proper place/Miley Cyrus is a disgrace!"
Cyrus first apologised for the ill-advised pose after the Organization of Chinese Americans director, George Wu, demanded she say sorry. And when Wu suggested the singer/actress' first statement wasn't convincing, Cyrus apologised again.
Earlier this week (beg09Feb09) Cyrus took to her website to issue a second apology.
She wrote, "I want to thank all of my fans for their support not only this week, but always! I really wanted to stress how sorry I am if the photo of me with my friends offended anyone. I have learned a valuable lesson from this and know that sometimes my actions can be unintentionally hurtful."