Miley Cyrus Defends 'Wrecking Ball' Video
It's not about the nudity, she says
By Newsy, a Newser Video Partner
Posted Sep 12, 2013 12:35 PM CDT
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(Newser) – Miley Cyrus is speaking out about the music video for her latest single, "Wrecking Ball." It made headlines for her nudity on top of a giant ball and her hammer licking, but Miley told Z100 it’s not about the nudity.

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Sep 16, 2013 11:12 AM CDT
What a pig she's turned out to be.
Sep 15, 2013 3:01 AM CDT
Looks like Justin Bieber's barber is keeping busy
Sep 14, 2013 8:53 AM CDT
Miley will get the last laugh and it will be on her. The VEVO blast is only because of curiosity about the outrage so many feel about her video. It has nothing to do with it being good or bad or like or dislike of it. Her career was made by young kids who followed her through Hannah Montana days. She is her own wrecking ball. She did not need to ride one or suck a hedge hammer to gain their friendship, she already has it and along with her own actions they are working on wrecking her reputation and her career.. The fans that followed her will drop off rapidly now. Parents don't want their kids watching this trash. We no longer purchase her music or anything that has anything to do with her name. She is not a good example for my tweens. I am just sitting back now and waiting for her ball to crash. She's going for shock value to be remembered. Anyone can swing naked on a ball, it does not make them a number one act. It's just nothing more than soft porn. Miley has become disgusting as a woman and her parents, and I do mean both of them need to get their heads out of their asses and realize they should not condone nor stand by behavior like this from their daughter. It truly shows what they are about. I don't know of any Tennessee country people or any country people in the country who would approve, or benefit financially by such illicit and sickening behavior from a young girl. She disgusts me as do her parents. There is absolutely nothing about this family that says they are country grown. They saw the dollar signs and like most others who made more than they could handle, it has ruined their morals, values and lives. That is seen by the family problems that keep rising. It's really sad. I feel sorry for all of them.