Noah Cyrus is sick and tired of being criticized over her looks.
The “Make Me” singer lashed out at online trolls who have continuously targeted her with vicious comments about her appearance, and in an effort to silence her haters once and for all, Cyrus decided to respond.
‘Im so fing tired of y’all commenting on every damn thing i do since i was a fing kid,’ the 20-year-old wrote on her official Twitter account, adding that she comes across nasty and mean spirited comments on a regular basis.
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In her lengthy rant, Cyrus claimed she’s been reading nasty remarks about herself since she was a teenager, adding that she finds herself being the victim of online trolls whenever she posts something to her soical media platform.
‘Y’all are gon’ say i’m breathing wrong next … i am v aware theres a lot of you who don’t like me or the way i look. you guys have made it very clear since i was probably younger than 12.’
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But it didn’t end there.
‘I’m used to it. but for the younger kids pls don’t let them grow up with that kinda hatred. it f—s someone up just chill the f–k out???’
The sister of 27-year-old Miley Cyrus is no stranger to addressing her struggle with bullying, having previously admitted to hiding herself in her bedroom because she struggled to deal with the negative comments people had made about her appearance.
According to the “Live or Die” songstress, her confidence was shattered when she first started reading the not-so-nice remarks.
She explained: ‘Being in my room with the lights off, hiding from the world, that’s not a way to live for such a young girl.
‘So, you know, whenever I think about how many other people are going through the same thing – especially at the age I was at – there are so many more people out there.
‘I think that whenever I see other artists like myself speaking out and talking about it, it makes me really happy because I didn’t really have that when I was growing up.’
Throughout her life, Cyrus makes it no secret that she’s often compared to her older sister, who launched a successful career at the age of 12 when she starred on the Disney Channel show “Hannah Montana,” propelling her to become one of the biggest pop stars in the world.
She continued: ‘Somebody not even coming up to you and calling you by your name?
‘That’s going to really f–k you up as a kid, make you feel like you don’t f—ing even matter to the population – for them to not even know your name.’