Miley Cyrus goes topless for Rolling Stone cover, Internet says 'childhood ruined' as Hannah Montana is 'naked'

The singer-songwriter posted a series of revealing pictures on Instagram, and captioned it, 'THEY TOLD ME I SHOULD COVER IT SO I WENT THE OTHER WAY'


                            Miley Cyrus goes topless for Rolling Stone cover, Internet says 'childhood ruined' as Hannah Montana is 'naked'
Miley Cyrus (Getty Images)

Singing sensation Miley Cyrus Miley has caught the eye of the Internet as she posed nude for the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine’s January 2021 issue. The controversial singer-songwriter posted a series of revealing pictures on her Instagram profile, which boasts of 116million followers.

Her photos were posted with flabbergasting captions which were lauded by the netizens, while others did not like her naked avatar. She captioned one of her photos as, "SOMETIMES I NEED YOUR LOVIN. SOMETIMES I STAB YOU IN THE BACK. “That photo depicts Miley lying semi-nude on a blue satin couch where she has placed her hands to cover her breasts as a mark of modesty. Another photo that she posted shows her flashing her b**bs with the Rolling Stone imprinted on the photo. She captioned it as, “THEY TOLD ME I SHOULD COVER IT SO I WENT THE OTHER WAY.”

A third photo that she posted is a closeup of Miley’s face that shows her in dark makeup with repellant expressions. The photo shows her hiding her breasts and was captioned as, “ AT LEAST I GIVE THE PAPERS SOMETHING THEY CAN WRITE ABOUT.”



 

During a very recent interaction with Rolling Stone, Miley was asked about getting affected by people's opinions on her body. To that, she responded, "I can’t remember if it hurt my feelings or not. I don’t remember it really penetrating. I think I knew who I was meant to be, but I’m sure there’s something in there. Some trauma of feeling so criticized, I think, for what I felt was a pretty average teenage, early [twenties] exploration."
 
In the same interview, she mentions how people focus more on her body than music and she does not know who is to be blamed for that. “I remember comments saying, ‘Why the fuck do you distract everybody with getting naked and shaking your ass when you’re a fucking talented-ass singer?’ But because I did grow up watching the Cher show religiously, I love show business. I love entertainment. I love pop culture. I love unforgettable moments. I think there was a balance of me just loving making big media moments but also a sadness in the fact that I would think, ‘Did anyone even hear my song?’”



 

She added, “ When you think of [2013’s] ‘Wrecking Ball’, you don’t think of the pain. You don’t think of me looking directly into the camera, breaking the wall, crying, reaching out. You remember me getting naked, and I don’t know whose fault that is. I don’t know if that’s mine or the way that our brains are programmed to think sexuality, for lack of a better word, trumps art.”

Miley released her song ‘Wrecking Ball’ as part of her fourth studio album Bangerz in 2013. Previously, the 28-year-old star has been mired in controversies many times due to her public image. This happened in 2008 when she was photographed topless for Vanity Fair, poll dancing at 2009 Teen Choice Awards, posing as an exotic bird in the 2010 music video ‘Can't Be Tamed’, stripping act for ‘We Can’t Stop’ music video, and more.



 

Earlier we reported how Miley was struggling to come out of her stereotypical role of teenage idol Hannah Montana that she played on Disney. At that time, singer Dolly Parton backed her and said how people had judgments about her when she grew old. “People didn’t want her to grow up — they got mad at her. One day she’d had enough and told me, ‘I need to murder Hannah Montana in order for people to accept who I really am.” Dolly added, “I was holding my breath, hoping that people didn’t totally crucify her.”

Now as Miley bombarded social media with an explicit display of skin, it broke the Internet. Many people took to social media to retweet her pictures and comment on them on Instagram. While many supported Miley’s almost naked and raunchy photographs others snubbed her over body shaming and having small breasts. On the other hand, many felt that their childhood is ruined as the pop star who played the beloved Hannah Montana as a teen star has grown too ‘adult’.
 
A user wrote on her role as Hannah Montana. “I JUST SAW HANNAH MONTANA NAKED MY CHILDHOOD IS RUINED.” Another concurred, “Hopped on Twitter and boom. Miley Cyrus b**t naked. Imma go to bed. Hannah Montana would never.” Another wrote against Miley, “You realize minors use this app, right?” A user body-shamed the star. “Small tits big dreams.” A user defended Miley, “You do realize she isn’t 16 year old Hannah Montana and is a grown ass adult right she doesn’t make music for kids anymore.” Another wrote in favor of the star, “b**bs aren’t sexual. if men don’t have to cover up than women should have to either, it’s literally a stigma xoxo.” 



 



 



 



 



 



 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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