F–k YOU: Miley Cyrus Is Definitely NOT SORRY For That ******* Photo Controversy

April 30, 2018 By Jordan Miller

Miley Cyrus had a few choice words about her 2008 Vanity Fair photo scandal.

Miley Cyrus had a few choice words about her 2008 Vanity Fair photo scandal.

In true Miley fashion, the singer is unapologetic about a ******* photo that caused quite a stir a decade ago. More-so, she’s still downright angry about it.

 

 

The pop star indulged in a little nostalgia over the weekend, Tweeting out a decade-old cover of the New York Post that read “MILEY’S SHAME” in humungous capital letters and featured the infamous photo shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz.

She captioned it:

 

“IM NOT SORRY **** YOU #10yearsago”

 

 

 

You may recall the hoopla way back when – some claimed the photo exploited a 15-year-old Miley. Miley denouncing that all these years later is pretty fantastic. She’s not encouraging young ladies to show skin, rather own their bodies and not apologize for embracing who they are. Miley is spirit animal.

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