In Culture Vulture News, Miley Cyrus is over Hip Hop. Go Figure.

INGLEWOOD, CA - MARCH 05: Musicians Big Sean (L) and Miley Cyrus backstage at the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards which broadcast live on Turner's TBS, TNT, and truTV at The Forum on March 5, 2017 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

Miley Cyrus, a leader of the culture vulture tribe and native of Appropiationville, has seemingly never heard of the above.

She has made major coin off of Black folks and not in the way we’d prefer. Not from investing in our product, music, businesses and the like, but by creating a caricature of our culture–a harmful imitation of our vibe and flaunting it as her own. However, after years of the “twerking” and unfortunate collabs, the singer is apparently through with the Hip Hop genre. Although sharing her praises of Kendrick’s “Humble,” the artist has no use for her past life.

10 Rules of Appropriation:

  1. Don’t do it
  2. Stop while your ahead
  3. Reconsider
  4. Read some liter–ature, on the subject
  5. Play your part
  6.  Do not enter
  7. Seriously
  8. Fall Back
  9. It’s a Problem
  10. Just Say No, Girl

“Show me somethin’ natural like ass with some stretch marks,’” she explained. “I love that because it’s not ‘Come sit on my dick, suck on my cock.’ I can’t listen to that anymore. That’s what pushed me out of the hip-hop scene a little. It was too much ‘Lamborghini, got my Rolex, got a girl on my cock’—I am so not that,” she said in an interview with Billboard

One, Miley ..GIRL, Black people, do not care what you think. Two, you must suffer from selective amnesia, since photos of you parading around with blow up penises and sporting overzealous lewd dance moves say different.

But white privilege reigns supreme in this moment, scurrying to victimhood when your “jezebel” image no longer suits you. After marking your trifilin’ spectacle as no longer befitting, you retreated to what you know best. Bored much? Probably, and now you can toss those days aside after stacking all that coint. But you ain’t low beloved, we peep. You, my dear, are no different than the “rope trick,” “hair tattoos” and all the other facades of Black culture. So good riddance boo, you were never welcomed anyway.

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Frazer Harrison