First, there was Vanity Fair-gate.
Then, an underwear photo flap.
This was followed by Asian mockery mayhem.
Indeed, Miley Cyrus has been involved in her share of controversial pictures. Each time, the 16-year old pleads innocent and acts as if she doesn't comprehend the different standards set aside for celebrities.
The latest issue stems from Cyrus' weekend jog with boyfriend Justin Gaston. Many media outlets have accused Miley of purposely drawing attention to certain body parts by wearing a low-cut shirt during the run.
Miley's mature response?
"I don't get the big whoop, but whatever," she said Monday on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show. "I guess it's just... I'm not allowed to jog any more... As I'm running, [my shirt] got a little bit lower and you could see a little of the bathing suit top. So, oh my goodness, Miley Cyrus wears a two-piece! Kill me!"
Ignoring your pompous use of the third person, Miley, the question must be raised: If you were simply planning to exercise, why were you wearing a bikini?!? (And jean shorts? And no socks?)
Our female readers can attest to the pain such an outfit would cause during a run, as opposed to the practical use of a sports bra.
Of course, a sports bra hides and flattens one's cleavage. And once Miley caught sight of photographers down the road, no way she could be caught wearing one of those, right?
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