Apr 4, 2011
Miley Cyrus is a name that has become familiar with attitude from people who loved her and people who hated her from the start. At 15, she took a few dirty photos and they were somehow leaked online. She's had problems with her family, expressed dread over Disney, and acted like a typical teenager going through periods of rebellion; while this is all too often written away as teenage behavior, that's no reason for it to be completely excused.
There are children everywhere, just like her, or far worse off and they've adapted fine. No excessive rebellion required. Miley Cyrus has twisted her fame, which is altogether based on no talent, and used it as an excuse to act wilder than most in her position. Nobody is perfect, especially not Miley Cyrus, but she should make more of an effort to be a role model to young people if she intends to stay in the spotlight. Her costumes have become racier, depicting the wardrobe choices that would be prominently made by street corner whores. And her very young, very impressionable fans are gulping down her bad choices and making their own decisions based on what Miley Cyrus has done.
While it's understandable that Miley Cyrus is trying to find herself or get a sense of her identity, with so many bad influences surrounding her in entertainment, she should know better than to go down the road of other female celebrities. Some of her television shows portrayed wholesome images of what family life should be like in a funny way, and entirely unrealistic. So it's no surprise that she's trying desperately to prove she's no longer a little girl but it's hard to take her serious when she's acting like a tramp with a bad temper.
The most disturbing thing is: her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, condoned and understood Miley Cyrus's rebellious behavior at first but now he's regretting it. NO 16 year old little girl should be allowed to pole dance like a cheap stripper. That's simply too sexually comprehensive and provocative for the mental capacity of a teenager. Perverts of the world have been watching this kid sense she started with Hanna Montana. You could see them salivating on the day she turned 18. As far as her music is concerned, it does have entertainment value. The beats are moderate and the lyrics are okay at the very best. Her live performances, however, are nothing short of crappy. The child is definitely lacking when it comes to vocal skills, and her acting isn't much better. But people will shrug and say "What can you expect? She's just a teenager." That excuse will get old very quickly.
In the true style of Disney kids, Miley Cyrus will more than likely hit rock bottom and it is all downhill from where she is now. Someone close to her needs to let her know that being a woman and growing up, especially in the spotlight, doesn't mean you're automatically granted the right to do or say whatever you want. I can wish the very best for the little brat but at the end of the day, she'll probably wind up in the same position as Britney Spears was in a few years ago. It's not going to be a pretty sight when Miley Cyrus goes apeshit.