Back in 2013 Miley Cyrus performed at the Video Music Awards and that vulgar performance forever changed her life.
During an appearance with pop star Robin Thicke, Miley sexually heaved and humped her way across the stage while wearing “nude-colored” latex underwear. She also couldn’t keep her gigantic tongue in her mouth, which was quite gross.
You can watch the video below (if you can stomach it):
Miley just admitted that performance profoundly changed her life.
Right after the VMA’s fans began comparing the singer’s backside to a “turkey.”
Happy Thanksgiving, y’all! And as I’ve shared for the past 5 years, here is twerking turkey Miley to help you celebrate? pic.twitter.com/E2lWoVKlVD
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— cara (@kurraaalee) October 13, 2013
‘I basically went through two or three years where I wouldn’t wear shorts. I stopped wearing skirts on stage, all this s**t, because after the VMAs and I had on my cute new bodysuit, everyone started comparing me to a turkey.
The Wrecking Ball hitmaker added: ‘I was like just so skinny and so pasty and they kept putting me next to this turkey, and I was feeling so bad about myself that I did not wear a bikini for like two years.’
Miley confessed that the cruel jibes ‘really affected her personal life’ following her performance alongside Robin Thicke in latex underwear, after arriving at the event wearing a fuzzy bodysuit.
She said: ‘No one thought that that would’ve ever made me feel some type of way.
Discussing the memes that were created of her next to a Turkey, she added: ‘It was just really really hurtful to be so body-shamed like that. And it really affected me in my personal life.’ [Daily Mail]
You can watch the video below:
Miley Cyrus discusses the pain she felt after her booty was compared to a turkey's following her 2013 MTV VMA performance.pic.twitter.com/K3kV0hPia9
— Mr. Pop Charts (@MrPopCharts) March 17, 2020
Miley should focus on her music and stop sexualizing everything. You open yourself up to a lot of criticism that way because people don’t take you seriously.
She has a great voice. She should be more of a serious singer, not try and be some “sexy bad girl,” because she misses that by a mile.
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