Miley Cyrus: ‘It’s Easy For Kanye West to Support Me’
Miley Cyrus could care less about her haters. While the “We Can’t Stop” singer has expressed no regrets about her twerky, unabashed VMA performance, her message to those anti-Miley is crystal clear: “I have a song that’s like, ‘Stay in your lane,’ because I’m not going to be you and you’re definitely not going to be me, so don’t throw shade. I don’t ever throw shade at anyone.”
In the December issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, a bedazzled Cyrus shines in all her no-fucks-given glory, discussing how she’s embracing the single life post-Liam Hemsworth and humblebragging about her biggest co-signs.
“The support of other artists is important because there are not many people who can relate to what I’m going through right now. Kanye West is one of those people, and even Katy Perry has been so cool. It’s easy for Kanye to support me because we’re in totally separate lanes of competition, but for Katy to say that she appreciates what I’m really doing for the pop industry, that keeps you going. And I mean, who cares what the media buzz is if Kanye West is telling you that you’re the shit?”
While Kanye and Miley reportedly ditched the VMA after-party festivities to hit the booth for a “Black Skinhead (Remix),” the song has yet to hit the Internets.
Get more shots of the interview here before the issue hits stands and devices Nov. 5.