Micah goes to work on God's judgement over Judah. The Exile of God's people has happened and God let it happen. Micah tells us that God takes the stand and then proceeds to lay waste to the betrayal of the covenant that God had originally established (I will be your God, you will be my people).
Again, God's people get tempted by the distractions of this world. This translation uses the term all the sex-and-religion shrines. God is going to speak into this betrayal.
And the prophet mourns with the destruction about to happen. Shaving heads and wearing sack clothes are signs of lament. The prophet is not happy about offering words of judgement against God's people. Yet this judgement sets up the new ruler and new relationship that is the focus of this prophet.
But let's see how truth telling comes about:
These were her earnings from her life as a whore.
This is what happens to the fees of a whore.”
God hates betrayal of the covenant relationship. And now God has to do something about it.