Yes, ↑this is Miley (now): And Miley Cyrus is going full-steam ahead and in such a short time span, is re-inventing her style in ways that in due time; will be catching up to Madonna.
If you remember, it was just last week, Other Side of the Fame reported that Madonna guest appeared with Miley on her MTV Unplugged special and from the looks of things, the Material Girl is giving Miley some pointers on how to do this thing called show business.
Hannah Montana’s a big girl now who will be the first to tell you to kiss her Bangerz and despite her Disney roots and beginnings, she will be the first to tell you the first who can kiss her Bangerz are her peers-the teens and the tweens: because “they’re mean.”
Cyrus sat down for an interview with Ronan Farrow for W Magazine’s 2014 cover story.
“I don’t love the kids,” Miley expressed to Farrow after her performance at her Jingle Ball’s Los Angeles tour date (whose audience consisted of tweens and teens). “I don’t love them because, I mean, I think I was around too many kids at one point — because I was around a lot of kids. They’re so fu(king mean. Sometimes I hear kids with their parents, and I want to go over and, like, smack them myself… Like if they meet me, they’ll be like: ‘Mom, don’t you know how to use an iPhone? Like, can you take the picture?’ I’m like: ‘Dude, if I ever talked to my mom like that when I was a kid, I would have had no phone, no computer, no TV, no anything.’ “
So as you see, despite the “23” singer who boasts [in the song]: “I got no respect,” she actually does-and actually, she was speaking of her thoughts back during her Disney/Hannah Montana days however, since then, her sentiments [regarding younger fans] haven’t changed much especially now that she is no longer Hannah Montana but rather: Miley Cyrus who took the pop industry by storm with her rude girl ways, bad-girl antics, and rebellious music style, all: tongue out, but by contrast and oddly enough; admits to seeing herself as a Blanche DuBois from “A Streetcar Named Desire.”
“I’m Blanche to a T-a complete psycho,” expressed Miley.
The respectful bad girl says of her dad (Billy Ray Cyrus): “My dad, like, he’s the most trusting human in the world. He trusts everybody, basically, until they fu(k him over. And my mom too, holds no grudges,” she explains. “She’ll let someone, like, fu(k her over twice, and then she’ll let it go, and then she kind of forgets about it. And I used to be like that. And now I just keep it in the back of my mind.”
Believe it or not, despite her ever growing popularity the 21 year old admits: “I have a lot of people that I could call and hang out with, but I have very few friends, if that makes any sense.”
Only Miley knows and can elaborate on that, but she’s certainly not alone in that experience however. Unlike many of her industry/young Hollywood peers, she opts out of playing it safe, or going for the hot girl with the long blonde hair and boobs to match: ‘‘Fu(k that. You don’t have to wear makeup. You don’t have to have long blond hair and big titties,” she says.
Miley knew what she was doing and had her game plan in place after shedding Hannah Montana and pop singing early days of the brunette Miley Cyrus. She admits that her brazen image was indeed deliberate. Having been armed and ready from her days of the tweens and teens, part of that game plan was being ready for her critics who too were most probably taken aback by Hannah Montana having turning real life (brunette) pop singer in cowboys boots to a short haired-blonde Miley Cyrus swinging nearly naked on a wrecking ball and partying and making music with rappers and black guys.
So when asked about her critics who charge that she’s “accessorizing with black people” or using ‘little people’ as props [in her videos and performances Cyrus fires back:
“I don’t give a sh!t. I’m not Disney, where they have…like…an Asian girl, a black girl, and a white girl, to be politically correct, and, like, everyone has bright-colored T-shirts. You know, it’s like…I’m not making any kind of statement,” she explained to Farrow.
Sounds to us like Miley knows the game, how it’s played and was very prepared with what she was going to be hit with-and actually made a good point [that typically is more demonstrative than spoken or revealed].
She goes on to express: “Anyone that hates on you is always below you, because they’re just jealous of what you have.”
Well said Miley, well said…
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