Leave it to Miley Cyrus to make such a big deal about quitting her Twitter account. Sure, the media (ehem) has tried its best to read between lines of obscure song lyrics to come up with stories about the Hannah Montana star. Every update from this 16-year-old pop princess practically ties her to controversy, and we don't blame her for wanting to put a stop to that. Still, was it really necessary to perform an entire rap on YouTube just to let the world know that she's exiting Twitter?
Miley Cyrus' declaration of Twitter independence was supposedly brought forth by her The Last Song co-star Liam Hemsworth. She won't admit that they're an item, but if he has that big of an impact to her then we can guess there's something going on between them. Or maybe we're over-reading again.
states Miley's final Tweet as this: "FYI Liam doesn't have a twitter and he wants ME to delete mine with good reason" Well, of course we can infer a few things from her statement.
Below, you can watch Miley's little ditty on YouTube. But don't panic about her departure just yet, the polls are asking the Hannah Montana
star to make a Twitter comeback.
I'm also thinking Miley's quite a fan of Mythbusters
(no matter how unlikely that sounds) since she seems so faithful to the adage: "If it's worth doing, it's worth overdoing." The YouTube video of hers wasn't enough to talk about her Twitter exit, since she also posted something on her website.
"You all are the closest thing to my heart & it breaks my spirit to hear that some of you feel neglected since I deleted my twitter. It was a wonderful way to stay connected to you," she wrote.
Still, she maintains that she needs this "little vacation from Cyberspace" and encourages her fans to do so as well. Also, she seems to have learned her lesson - certainly not one on grammar, but we get it.
"How can I whine about my life being to public if I am the one telling the world what I am doing?" Miley went on. "I need to be able to live and learn in private."
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: E! Online
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