Miley Cyrus releases video homage to Occupy Wall Street
Disney pop diva Miley Cyrus continues to make headlines this week. After admitting to being a “stoner” during her birthday bash — and then walking the comments back — the teen singer has come out in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Cyrus released a music video homage Saturday, set to her song “Liberty Walk” from the album “Can’t be Tamed.” The tune is remixed with images of Wall Street protesters.
The video includes the dedication: “This is dedicated to the thousands of people who are standing up for what they believe in…”
If the YouTube comment page is any indication, Cyrus seems to be losing her wholesome, teeny-bopper appeal.
One dad wrote: “Miley Cyrus is now banned from my house along with 30 other entertainment political wannabes. My kids are not allowed to have anything related to you or what you stand for … and you know what? they actually said it to me that they lost interest in you and your cruddy music and movies and tv show. … Bah-bye Miley … you get no more of my hard earned money you one percenter liar.”
Though she hasn’t yet gone the way of fellow Disney princesses Britney Spears or Lindsay Lohan, the “Hannah Montana” starlet has begun to wade into more adult territory.
Cyrus made headlines earlier this week when a video surfaced of her saying that her Bob Marley-themed birthday cake was a good indication that she was a “stoner.”