Miley Cyrus Responds To VMA Performance Critics…Denies Being On Drugs


Miley Cyrus hits back at critics

Miley Cyrus is hitting back at all the critics of her raunchy performance at the 2013 Video Music Awards, saying she wasn’t on drugs but was only acting.

She also posted several more sexy photos, apparently not showing any signs of covering up anytime soon.

Cyrus was criticized for attempting to twerk and grind on singer Robin Thicke and using drug references such as “Mandy” (MDMA) and cocaine during her performance, which were bleeped out by MTV.

The singer responded to critics today saying, “I wasn’t on drugs at all, I just wanted people to think I was. It was an act, I mean for God’s sake I’m not Britney Spears or Amy Winehouse.”

Miley Cyrus posts new naughty pics

Miley Cyrus adds, “I really want to break into the EDM scene. It’s become so popular and I just love Deadmau5, Skrillex, Steve Aoki and the rest of those guys, not David Guetta though, his stuff is way too commercial for me. I was hoping that if one of those guys thought I was a slutty, junky, they would want to do a collaboration with me.”

We hate to break it to her but we highly doubt being a slut or a druggie will make people want to work with her!

Miley had this to say about her sexy antics with married Robin Thicke, which his wife and mother weren’t happy with we hear.

She said, “Did people really think I was seriously twerking on Robin Thicke. Eww, he’s like 36 or something that’s totally gross.”

Miley Cyrus in Jordan outfit

We’re sure Robin will feel really great hearing that!

Miley’s own good friend, Kelly Osbourne, really wants Miley to keep her tongue in her mouth.

Kelly said, “I look at the performance and, yes, I do have a lot of the same opinions as you guys about it. Miley’s my friend and I love her, and I have her back no matter what, but, as her friend, I’m going to tell her – “Put your f*****g tongue in your mouth! I love you, but just put your tongue in your mouth.”

The Parents Television Council blasted MTV for the telecast, stating, “MTV has once again succeeded in marketing sexually charged messages to young children using former child stars and condom commercials — while falsely rating this program as appropriate for kids as young as 14. This is unacceptable.

“This much is absolutely clear: MTV marketed adults-only material to children while falsely manipulating the content rating to make parents think the content was safe for their children”.

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