Trace Cyrus is back with more opinions about women! Days after causing a stir with his OnlyFans rant, the media personality is making waves for a new confession.
The Ashland native rose to fame following his mother, Tish Cyrus‘s ex-marriage to the country music star Billy Ray Cyrus. The famous last name gave the 34-year-old a massive platform, which he recently used to share his thoughts about the opposite sex.
In his latest Q&A session with his 708k Instagram followers, the Metro Station band’s guitarist was queried about his interest in dating women with children.
Trace Cyrus Reveals He Had A Disappointing Relationship With A Single Mother Of Three Kids
On his Instagram Stories, the entertainer shared his replies to the questions asked by his social media fans. One of the queries read: “Would you date a woman with kids? I’m sure some of the ladies would like to know, lol.”
The fan’s curiosity about his interest in the opposite sex was not off-putting to the “Lights Out” singer, who explained that he had nothing against single mothers. Although he would not mind fostering a relationship with a woman with kids, his previous attempt was unsuccessful for a shocking reason.
“I have before. I dated a girl not too long ago that had 3 kids,” the media personality confessed. “I thought she would be more mature since she was a mother, but it turned out to be the complete opposite.”
As stated above, the “Still the King” actor’s adopted son opened up about his encounter with a single mother days after his OnlyFans rant. The guitarist ended August in controversy by sharing a lengthy message about the social media creators and their love lives.
According to Trace, these women would find it difficult to get married as most men desired them for their bodies instead of seeing them as wife materials. “There’s so many girls that do Only Fans that have lost their chance of ever settling down with a good guy with morals,” the 34-year-old claimed.
The Ashland native explained that OnlyFans stars believed they had a range of men to choose from. However, anyone who paid to view their sexual content was a “desperate loser.” The entertainer believed “successful guys” with standards would sleep with these women but never settle for them.
The pop-rock artist noted he had seen several OnlyFans users lament their inability to have serious relationships and claimed they needed to change their perspectives. “I just think this independent mindset of not needing a man is extremely toxic and leads to a very lonely future,” the 34-year-old penned.
Trace concluded his rant by advising these content creators to realize they needed “a good man and a family” for their happiness instead of the OnlyFans platform. The media personality’s words enraged numerous fans, including the reality TV star Farrah Abraham.
The 32-year-old reshared the “Don’t Belong Together” singer’s message on her Instagram Story alongside a statement that called attention to the fact that men with families also created content on the sexual platform.
However, her words did not reach the older entertainer, who sarcastically clapped back at her reproach. “I’ve been defeated. The most intelligent woman of this generation has put me in check. I retract my original statement. Every woman in the world should have an OnlyFans,” the musician quipped.
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Shortly after his OnlyFans rant, the 34-year-old had a Q&A segment with fans on his Instagram Story, where a curious follower asked the guitarist about his relationship with his biological father.
The individual’s question read: “Is your real dad involved in your life?” In response, Trace revealed he had not been in contact with his birth father, Baxter Neal Helson, from a young age and had no interest in reconnecting with his mother’s ex-lover.
“I haven’t seen my biological father since I was in the 6th grade. I have no desire to. I’m proud to be a Cyrus,” the Ashland native replied. The media personality’s proud declaration came days after he wailed about the negative impacts of his family’s name.
In a previous Q&A segment, the “Wasted on Love” artist was asked if it was challenging being part of a famous family. Although he adored his loved ones, Trace claimed their popularity had affected his career.
“I love my family so much, but I think I’d be much more successful if I wasn’t part of a famous family,” the 34-year-old revealed, noting that his family’s fame had overshadowed his work as a musician.