Miley Cyrus has sparked an unprecedented number of hygiene-related remarks – some might say trollingly-so – as a result of stripping down to a tiny bikini for the first time since her COVID-19 quarantine. The 27-year-old singer is currently fronting media outlets for showing off her stunning swimsuit body from her backyard as she danced to 20-year-old sister Noah Cyrus‘ newly-dropped “The End of Everything” EP.
Miley posted her black bikini video to TikTok, writing: “Seeing myself in a bikini for the first time since quarantine.”
Going viral and winding up with over 490 comments on The Daily Mail, Miley’s video showing her shimmying her hips amid parched stone steps and shrubbery now finds itself subject to a wave of backlash. Miley – whose mom Tish just gave her a mullet upgrade taking on a pixie look – was seen flaunting her gym-honed body and tattoos 100% makeup-free as she shouted out rising sensation sibling Noah.
The Grammy nominee now sees over 880 users agreeing to the top-rated comment in the British newspaper’s comments section – “She is gross,” the user harshly wrote.
Damning comments for the “SHE IS COMING” singer and ex to Liam Hemsworth continued:
As one user wrote that the former “Hannah Montana” star looked like she’d “just rolled out the trailer park,” a user gained upvotes for writing: “She looks like she could do with a good wash.”
Remarks referring to the singer as both “filthy” and “dirty” also manifested, with a separate user echoing the above-mentioned reply, writing: “Looks like she needs a good wash.”
The backlash did not go unanswered, though: “I’d love to see the lockdown hair styles sported by people posting nasty comments,” one fan replied.
It’s been over two months since The Blast’s early March report covering Miley’s Instagram hashtag being limited – a series of self-posted nip slips from the singer appeared to raise eyebrows from the platform, with the 7 million+ hashtags on Instagram watered down to a mere handful as mostly-wholesome images of the “Wrecking Ball” singer see her racier snaps evaporate. A polite reminder from Instagram reads:
“Recent posts from #mileycyrus are currently hidden because the community has reported some content that may not meet Instagram’s community guidelines.”
Noah, who recently opened up on having her identity “stripped” as a result of growing up in Miley’s shadow, now has her moment to shine.
The “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” singer whose raw and honest mental health battles see her adored has been making headlines for releasing new music amid the global pandemic. Rolling Stone dubbed Noah as having a “spiritual awakening” as “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” sees the singer baptized in a river, with Noah’s rising profile also seeing her rack up the celebrity Instagram followers, now including Demi Lovato, Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, and Cardi B.