Miley, what's good?
Miley, what's good?
That's what Nicki Minaj fans want to know, and they are bombarding Miley Cyrus' Instagram page until they get answers.
After the explosive encounter between the two pop divas at the VMAs this weekend, fans of Minaj have taken her infamous quote and are posting it non-stop on Miley's Instagram. And it is hilarious.
They just won't stop.
People need to know what is good, Miley.
Tell us what is good, Miley. You owe the world some answers.
As of press time, Miley had still not said what is good.
Miley Cyrus visited Jimmy Kimmel last night to talk about America's breast problem.
Wearing a set of pink heart pasties, Miley laid it all out on the table.
"The humans aren't afraid of the human breast. It's the n*pple that's the issue. I'm always so concerned—I'm showing my b00bs and no one has a problem," she said. "But the nipples are covered, so somehow that's OK."
We feel ya, Miley. #FreeTheNipple.
She also interviewed people on the street in disguise to get their thoughts about Miley Cyrus. Reactions were...mixed.
The same magazine that tried to 'Break the Internet' with Kim Kardashian is back for the sooey-quel — Babe 2: Pig and the Miley.
She talked to Paper Magazine about her new Happy Hippy Foundations that works with homeless teens and LGBTQ groups.
Either that, or she just likes wearing a pig mask.
It's probably a bit of both.
Miley Cyrus has continued providing fund raising awareness concerts for her Happy Hippy Foundation, dedicated to providing relief and resources to "homeless youth LGBT youth and other vulnerable populations".
Ariana Grande helped her with this most recent song, a cover of Don't Dream It's Over by Crowded House.
According to the Happy Hippy website:
"1.6 million youth are homeless each year
40% of homeless youth identify as LGBT, and family rejection is the most common reason LGBT youth experience homelessness
25% of homeless youth were previously physically or sexually abused
Nearly one in three transgender people have been turned away from shelters"
When Jimmy Fallon announced that the pop star had won the Video of the Year award for her hit song, "Wrecking Ball," Cyrus passed up the chance to thank her producers and managers for helping her achieve her goals. Instead, she sent up a former homeless teen to deliver a short speech intended to raise awareness about the issue of homeless youth.
'I have survived in shelters all over this city,' Jesse, Cyrus' proxy, said, describing his experience as one of the 1.6 million homeless young people in the United States. 'I've cleaned your hotel rooms, I've been an extra in your movies. I've been an extra in your life. Though may have been invisible to you on the streets I have a lot of the same dreams that brought many of you here tonight.'
While on its way to New Orleans for a concert, Miley's tour bus burst into flames on the road and was destroyed. Her younger sister posted multiple videos of the inferno on Instagram. She later tweeted that there were no injuries but gave no details on how the fire started.