Miley Cyrus Ends “Feud” with Rebecca Black?
“Miley Cyrus Ends Feud With Rebecca Black!” reads a headline from HollywoodLife, which actually created the fictitious feud. According to the misguided site, “Less than a week ago, Miley Cyrus said some pretty mean things about YouTube sensation Rebecca Black.”
Hold on… Cyrus NEVER said any “mean things” about Black. In fact, in the article which HollywoodLife based its manufactured story, Cyrus NEVER once even mentioned Black’s name. Cyrus simply said, “You shouldn’t just be able to put a song on YouTube and go out on tour.” But Cyrus wasn’t “taking it out on Rebecca Black,” as HollywoodLife falsely claimed last week. As Gossip Cop accurately reported, Cyrus was responding to a question about Justin Bieber (NOT Rebecca Black), and noted how her pal has worked hard to create his career.
Now, rather than admitting it completely fabricated a “feud” between the two teens, HollywoodLife says there was “a big misunderstanding,” and Cyrus “never meant to offend the 13-year-old.” The bad blog then writes how Cyrus sings Black’s tune, “Friday,” in her car and quotes the “Hanna Montana” star as saying, “I love Rebecca Black. I just got misquoted. I think she’s great.”
Interestingly, the silly site neglects to mention one important thing in its latest drivel – it was HollywoodLife who “misquoted” Cyrus. You know what’s really amazing about HollywoodLife? NOTHING.