Miley Cyrus doesn’t want to start a social media boxing match with Taylor Swift anytime soon. The “Bangerz” princess gave her two cents on Swift’s “Bad Blood” video but asserted that there was “no ill will” towards the Swifty. For more of these accounts continue reading below.
Cyrus, known for her candidness, was just being “herself” as she told Marie France via Hollywood Life that her female colleague’s recent video, which paraded violence, was a bit muddy for her.
“I don’t get the violence revenge thing,” the 22-year-old performer voiced herself. She also affirmed that Hollywood has once again set an unfair double-standard, “That’s supposed to be a good example? And I’m a bad role model because I’m running around with my titties out? I’m not sure how titties are worse than guns.”
Another source close to Miley told U.S. Weekly that, “She was making a point but there was no ill will towards Taylor and she doesn’t hate her. She was not addressing Taylor herself, just the double standard of the video.”
Ironically, the report on the said magazine also highlighted Cyrus brandishing a mock pistol on Zoe Kravitz’ head for their Lolawolf video entitled, “Bitch.” Both females were in a state of undress as they gyrated their way for the footage.
Despite the seeming calmness from the Taylor Swift camp, an impending social media storm may be brewing as a Taylor source made its way to the ranks again via Hollywood Life, “She loves the controversy and is upset that Taylor hasn’t said anything about it. There is bound to be sparks between the two of them that night.”
This dreaded skirmish between both female icons, which dwell on the different ends of the pop spectrum, will burst at the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards on August 30. Cyrus will be host the show while Swift set to perform “Bad Blood” live on stage.
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