Miley Cyrus has been having 'a lot of FaceTime sex’ as it's the 'safest' amid Covid-19 pandemic
'I am definitely not going to be doing anything that’s irresponsible for myself or for other people,” the 28-year-old said
The coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot of our lifestyle and Miley Cyrus’ condition is no different from ours. The singer-songwriter also has to make adjustments amid the public health crisis, which also included her sex life too. In a recent interview on ‘The Howard Stern Show’, Cyrus said: “This time has been really interesting and challenging for any sort of dating or meeting people. I do a lot of FaceTime sex – it's the safest sex. I'm not getting Covid. I am definitely not going to be doing anything that's irresponsible for myself or for other people. It's just ridiculous for anybody that won't take the right precautions to keep each other safe. It's f**ked up."
The ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’ singer also shared that when it comes to sex, gender is no barrier for her. She added, “I love people, I love who I love, I've had relationships with all genders and I'm down. Right now I'm kind of in the mood for some D, but I'm down for whatever, honestly." During the interview, Cyrus discussed her failed marriage with actor Liam Hemsworth. “I don’t know if we ever really thought we were actually going to get married. I just clung to what I had left of that house which was me and him and I really do and did love him very, very, very much,” she told Howard on Wednesday, December 2.
When the host directed the conversation towards Cyrus’ music video for the song 'Prisoner', which also features Dua Lipa, claiming it seemed “the two of you are having full-on sex”. She replied, “We did not have sex. Dua Lipa constantly reminds me. She gives me the 'in your dreams'. I've never actually had a wet dream about Dua Lipa. That's something that she's projecting onto me. I did not get to have sex with her, unfortunately. I don't really wanna f**k Dua Lipa that much. I think I know her too well as a friend, and, like, I don't know - not really, no. But I definitely like, kind of pretending, that we have because it ends up getting us a lot of views on our music video. So, it's just manipulation, just the standard pop-culture manipulation. OK, I kind of want to f**k her, like, five percent. The more and more I'm thinking about it, I kind of do."
This comes after Cyrus took to social media to give her side of the story over a debacle over 'Plastic Hearts'. As per reports, 'Plastic Hearts' has a limited number of physical copies compared to what is to be expected and fans are not happy with this as they shared their complaints on Twitter. The ‘Nobody's Perfect’ singer shared a screenshot of tweets she received from her angry fans as she explained, “My fans are everything to me & to know y'all are disappointed when going out to stores/calling/checking stock to be let down I am equally/if not more frustrated. When choosing 11/27 THE SUGGESTED DATE for album release my team and I were never told major retailers don't stock physical albums on Black Friday and wouldn't get copies of PH until a few weeks after release. The packaging of the record is intimate, honest, and a visual reflection of the sound of my new record that I am so proud of. It was created BY ME personally at home making art FOR YOU. I want it in your hands!"
“I've outgrown blame. It's a waste of time & energy. This album was a labor of love and nothing can sabotage my admiration for the record my collaborators & I have created. xxMC,” Cyrus added.