The teen pop star and actress has apparently been receiving criticism for her weight after having gained a few pounds. (We didn’t even notice; she looks great to us.) So rampant were the distasteful comments that Cyrus took to Twitter earlier this week to post a picture of a woman suffering from an extreme eating disorder alongside the message, “By calling girls like me fat, this is what you’re doing to other people.”
Soon after, Cyrus’ friend Demi Lovato, who herself overcame an eating disorder through the intervention of a treatment facility, voiced her support for Cyrus, saying, “Whoever called you that has it coming.” To which the “Party in the USA” singer responded, “I will destroy any one that ever calls you the F word. You have the SEXIIIESTTTT curvyyyy body! I LOVE IT! Werk those curves.”
Sadly, we suspect the attacks on Cyrus may have less to do with her gaining a few pounds and more to do with pathetic Internet trolls jealous of one thing. Find out what it is after the jump.
So there you go. We’re glad Miley doesn’t seem to be sweating this kind of thing because her boy – Liam Hemsworth, who will soon inspire “Twilight”-esque mania as Gale in “The Hunger Games” – seems as into her as ever, telling Who magazine, “There is this place in Nashville called Steak and Shake, which is pretty much the best food, ever. That is our secret, sexy place to go. When I look over at her when she’s biting into a steak sandwich and there is some steak sauce dripping down her chin, there is nothing sexier than that.”
We think we like Liam Hemsworth even more after reading that.
And to those idiots trolling Cyrus, back off. Because no matter how many YouTube videos you make mocking Cyrus’ minor weight fluctuations, Liam Hemsworth will still never know who you are. So really all you’re doing is revealing yourself to have nothing better to do than talk about a stranger’s weight on various social media. Aren’t you proud of yourself? I bet your parents certainly are. Ugh. Class dismissed.