Miley is Reprehensible, Vol. XVII
2/23/2014 5:00 AM PST, by Sarah Taylor
Miley Cyrus sucked face with Katy Perry at her concert last night and she liked it and insert Katy Perry jokes about kissing girls here, but that's not why we've gathered here to talk today, friends -- we're here to address one of Miley's latest alleged comments aimed at the younger generation of young girls, and be warned: it's bad. It's real, real bad, guys.
In a recent interview, Miley is said to have claimed to not understand what young girls are wearing these days and that they should -- ugh -- take it to another, seedy level, because apparently it's a thing to encourage young women to become teen moms just like seedy Farrah Abraham, and that's exactly where it's gonna go, my friends, if this business doesn't end:
"I like to experiment. I like to try new things. I don’t understand what most girls are wearing today. ... I find it boring. Why don’t younger children try to be more risque. I like it when you find a style that can be your own personal style."
Why don't young girls try to be more risque? Oh, I don't know, Miley, maybe because they're more interested in playing Wii or riding their bikes or planning sleepover parties with popcorn instead of worrying about bikini waxes and anal bleaching and what shape their vulva is going to take in their tight bodysuits today.
Get over it, Miley. It's getting gross.