So in a recent interview Miley Cyrus explained how she can longer listen to hip hop due to its lyrics…
This week, a new interview in Billboard has Rap Twitter calling bullshit on Miley Cyrus, and for good reason. In the feature, she took some time out to throw shade on hip-hop, saying that while she loves Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble” because he’s bigging up natural women, she was also glad that “it’s not ‘Come sit on my dick, suck on my cock.’ I can’t listen to that anymore.”
But here she is being apart of the Hip Hop Culture
In her Billboard piece, Miley did speak out on the controversy surrounding her “having black dancers” becoming “a thing.” As she put it, “People said I was taking advantage of black culture, and with Mike [Will Made-It] — what the fuck? That wasn’t true. Those were the dancers I liked!” Liking the dancers is fine, but it would appear that most people are pissed at the intent behind having said dancers and producers so prominent in your new image at the time.
While we can’t tell if Miley (who is apparently “in the club high on purp with some shades on”) was actually smoking that gas or just getting gassed up by Juicy J and Mike Will, she tried her hand at rapping on Mike Will’s “23.” Here’s a sample of Miley’s verse:
I back it up, cause I don’t give a fuck
If you’re a lame, that’s a shame you can’t hang with us
I’m MC Hammer fly, you can’t touch
J’s so fly I should work at Flight Club
I could go on and on but, Hey back to being a country singer it is for Miley Cyrus!