Miley Cyrus recently confessed her sins and added to her new wild child image when she told a London radio show that she enjoys “making it rain” on dancers at the strip club.
Miley Cyrus most certainly has had a change of attitude since her Hannah Montana days. The singer has tried hard to change her innocent image to one of a wild party girl. She was once considered a role model — now she tops the worst role model list.
The singer was asked to “confess to her sins” as part of a comedy segment on London’s Capital Breakfast radio show. A video of the interview posted on YouTube shows the hosts Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon asking Cyrus about the raunchy lyrics to her new single “We Can’t Stop.”
The singer has the verse, “shaking it like we at a strip club” in her song and when she was asked about the inspiration behind her lyrics, Cyrus revealed a secret.
She enjoys frequenting strip clubs and watching exotic dancers do their thing. When asked by the radio show hosts if she has been to a strip club, she casually responded, “Have I been to a strip club? Yes.”
Cyrus was unable to recall how many times she had been to strip clubs, responding, “I don’t know. I haven’t kept a tally.”
Cyrus then continued to confess how she’s put dollar bills into “another lady’s G-string” and admitted to “making it rain” on dancers.
While this information clearly shocked the hosts and is sure to shock many more readers, Cyrus was casual about her confession. She said, “Am I supposed to lie? I thought I was confessing!”
Cyrus went on to comment about what her dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, may think about her latest confession.
“I’m 20. So my dad, he can, like, whatever. He’s proud of me,” she insisted, “I don’t do anything that crazy.”
Although Cyrus has changed a lot since her Disney star days, she still believes that her fans will be loyal no matter what.
She told The Sun, “I’m not really worried about alienating fans. Everyone has to work on the things that they don’t care about to get where they want to be. I had to do that for five years, but I knew when I was older I would be able to do what I wanted eventually.”
“Everyone has to work on something they don’t love to get to something they do love,” she said.
Regardless of Cyrus’ image and her musical change to hip-hop, is it not most important that she is now pursuing something she is passionate about?