Hannah Montana: Miley Teaches Sister Noah Cyrus to "Smack That"
Hannah Montana: Miley Teaches Sister Noah Cyrus to "Smack That"
Well here we are again with the public's eye set on Miley Cyrus.  She may have caused such uproar when she deleted her Twitter account, but apparently she hasn't given up the Internet just yet.

Us Magazine reports that she posted a new video on her website, Miley World.  In it, the Hannah Montana star was telling her 9-year-old sister Noah Cyrus to dance to a tune known as Akon's "Smack That."  It wouldn't be much of an issue if the song wasn't the racy one that most of us have heard.

The clip seems to have been taken backstage, where Noah stole the spotlight with her performance.  Everyone looks pretty pleased at what occurred, applauding and urging the girl to continue.

"Smack that, all on the floor. Smack that, give me some more. Smack that, 'til you get sore. Smack that, oh ooh," Noah sang, while moving about and doing as the tune said.

You can watch the video below and see for yourself.

Once again, the Cyrus family has managed to stir up this week's pot of controversy.  But Noah Cyrus may just be showing off her skills in performing, trying to best her sister in the entertainment business here.  We can't exactly applaud her or the family for what she's displaying, but this isn't how she's like all the time, is she?  This is all fun to her.

Noah obviously looks up to her 17-year-old older sister, so it's no surprise she's beginning to imitate Miley.  This is the environment she's growing up in so we can't really do much about it.

As for the kids' parents, they have been continually criticized for their decisions.  Last October, they allowed their young daughter to wear a dominatrix costume for Halloween.  Many have questioned Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus' judgment on such matters, but it seems as though this hasn't accomplished much.

Even so, Noah may need a bit of guidance here and there.  Maybe Miley's not the best person to give that though.  She's also just growing up as well.

Source: Us Magazine
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