SMH: Miley Cyrus Catches Twerking Bug
JET finds some of the most ridiculous headlines and let’s you decide which is worse:
Well, we know Miley Cyrus won’t be snagging Juicy J’s twerking scholarship this year. In Sunday’s VMA performance with Robin Thicke, the singer attempted to twerk, but failed miserably. The facial expressions on the audience tells it all.
The twerking bug seems to have taken over, but unless you’re Rihanna, that’s one bug you need to flush out of your system.
And in other news, Chris Brown flipped out on Twitter (again), calling the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office “racist.” May’s hit-and-run accident caused his probation for the 2009 assault on Rihanna to get revoked; however, it was recently reinstated with a catch.
Now, he’s required to complete an additional 1,000 community service hours. That reflection has sparked some anger in the singer’s heart, which he expressed through a tweet that has since been removed.
“N—- done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist ass crying to the judge that I didn’t do it. F— the SYSTEM!” NBCNews found.
Yikes! He sounds kind of pissed. Anger management? In February, the DA’s office started questioning the hours he had already completed so the car accident didn’t help their doubts. Brown agreed to do the extra hours Aug. 17, but now that some time has gone by, Breezy has had time to let the irritation fester into anger.
Maybe his new movie will be therapeutic. He says it’ll capture the ups and downs he’s experienced in the entertainment industry. You know, the assault on his then-girlfriend, the window breaking at “Good Morning America” in 2011, the hit-and-run, the seizure, the threat to quit music altogether etc. Yeah…maybe the “Chris Brown Story” will be his way to get everything off of his chest.
His publicist must have told him to tone down the anger because Thursday’s tweet is gone and Sunday night he posted this:
The community service isn’t a problem anymore. Ill do what ever duty I need too to fulfill my requirements as a man and a leader.
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) August 26, 2013
Now it’s time to decide…