It's simply impossible to leave Miley Cyrus
alone, even if she asks for it. The Hannah Montana
star is one of the press' main targets these days, as evidenced by the recent uproar over her supposedly racy jogging pictures. It looks like she's had enough of the negative attention, because she spoke up about the incident and blamed paparazzi for the frenzy. As usual.
Over the week, Miley Cyrus was photographed with her 20-year-old boyfriend Justin Gaston while they were out running in Los Angeles. The pictures wouldn't have piqued a lot of interest, if it wasn't for what Miley was wearing (and what Justin wasn't wearing). They showed the 16-year-old star in shorts, a very low-cut shirt a bikini top, which probably revealed more than what her tween fans would have wanted to see.
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Despite the obvious, Miley insists that she didn't mean to dress that provocatively. She told Ryan Seacrest, “I don't get the big whoop, but whatever. I guess I'm not allowed to jog any more.”
She further explained that she was wearing that outfit because she wanted to have a car wash with her little sister, before heading out to jog afterwards. “It's, like, 100 degrees out. As I'm running, it (the shirt) got a little bit lower and you could see a little of the bathing suit top. So, oh my goodness, Miley Cyrus wears a two-piece (bathing suit)! Kill me! I'm wearing a two-piece.”
Cyrus then turned her attention to the media, saying, “I don't get why people are allowed to take pictures and make them something they're not, but I guess that's just how their job works and how they'll make the most money.”
The Hannah Montana
star really needs to learn a thing or two about being responsible for her actions. She could've just ignored the whole issue and let it blow over, but she chose to address it and give the press even more to talk about. She picked on the paparazzi, so she should expect some backlash sometime soon. Classic tales of revenge.
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Us Magazine
, San Francisco Chronicle
(Image Courtesy of Us Magazine)