Miley Cyrus on Dad, Boyfriends and Why She's Not a Kid Anymore.
That's what the cover of this month's Elle reads.
If Cyrus wants to be treated like an adult, that's fine with us - but she can't have it both ways.
She can't straddle a chair and then claim it was just innocent fun.
She can't quote a famous children's book as part of her attention-grabbing Tweets and then be defended by fans that say Miley is a normal, indecisive, confused 16-year old.
Cyrus is NOT a normal 16-year old. Do normal 16-year olds make millions per year and pose for tawdry photos in national magazines, such as the following Elle pic?
It's perfectly fine for Cyrus to wanna break free from the young, sweet images Disney has created for her. But then she can't hide behind any excuses of ignorance or innocence - and fans cannot tell us to "leave her alone" - when controversies arise.
Also, she's gotta stop hating on Robert Pattinson, as she dismissed his popularity in an April interview with Teen Vogue. That guy rules!