Quotables: The Miley Gospel is a Whole Bunch of Hypocrisy

6/23/2014 4:00 AM PDT, by
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"She's a natural entertainer. Sometimes I'll be like, 'Oh my god, she's totally stealing my shine!' If she's in the room, all the attention is on Noah. ... She's kind of like a natural at it. So I feel like, if she wanted to [be a star] I wouldn't stop her. But she's really into sports. She really loves horses, so I'm going to keep her on that and that kind of innocence as long as I can. It takes someone really strong and someone who doesn't care what people think [to survive this industry]." 

--Miley Cyrus on her 14-year-old sister, Noah Cyrus, and while she's right, she's also a big, ridiculous hypocrite ... but that doesn't surprise us, because Miley's an out-of-touch 21-year-old who thinks certain creed behaviors only apply to those she's not responsible to in a familial way.

See, it's nice that Miley wants to help preserve her younger sister's innocence, but when she's giving interviews saying that young women -- and by "young," we mean "pre-pubescent" -- should be more sensual and sexual, (or as she put it, "risqué"), it doesn't do her a whole lot of favors in the credibility department.

In essence, Miley wants our children to be more risqué -- translation: referring to sex in a rude or slightly shocking way; verging on impropriety or indecency -- but when it comes to those she has a personal relationship with, it's a different story. 

Way to be consistent, Miley -- consistently ridiculous, that is.

Go back to "Hannah Montana," Miley --  the life and moral lessons segments might be a good refresher course in humanity for you. 

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Celebarazzi.com
72 days ago

Zzz...

ruma
72 days ago

Seriously Miley....no one needs your two cents worth on any subject matter, it's quite obvious you are on some other planet, not to mention you've turned into a vulgar disgrace to your family. I mean have you no self respect for yourself?

fu sarah
72 days ago

Sarah,

You are an idiot and your blurb is not worth reading.

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Rene
72 days ago

You really are looking for anything that can make you ride the "Miley is bad" train. I'm not surprised you made no comment about Miley's sweet message to a dying little girl, a child she met beforehand. You act as if she's a horrible person when she's not. You're out of touch if you think young adults can't be as wild as Miley. She's comfortable with who she is and that's better than spending days trashing other people's lives instead of ding reality checks on your own. This is a society that praises sexual imagery, sensuality, and the tease using our bodies or words. Miley could one day go back to being more like her alter ego, but can this blog go back to a time where it wasn't just snarky comments and bitterness?

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Silly
71 days ago

Sounds like Miley is talking about innocence in regards to the show biz industry, and how it chews up and spits people out....not in regards to how one dresses or appears. It sounds like she doesn't want her sister to experience the criticism and over exposure that she lives with. Words can be spun, but I truly don't see how this quote was taken in the context that it was....