Miley Cyrus is gearing up to make her return to the music game and is currently readying her first major label studio album since 2013's Bangerz.
However, during her new interview with Billboard, the singer made a series of comments that are 100 percent already coming back to bite her.
During the conversation, she shares that she will be returning to her roots as a singer inspired by country music and that, due to hip-hop's lyrical subject matter, she has been backing away from a genre and a culture that — as many fans are pointing out — she herself has spent years appropriating.
"But I also love that new Kendrick [Lamar] song ["HUMBLE."]," the 24-year-old entertainer commented, quoting the rapper's infamous line, "Show me somethin' natural like a** with some stretch marks.'"
She then elaborated further, adding, "I love that because it's not, 'Come sit on my d**k, suck on my c**k.' I can't listen to that anymore."
The cringe-worthy moment then continued, with the singer essentially explaining that she doesn't like hip-hop, but Lamar gets a pass.
"That's what pushed me out of the hip-hop scene a little," she commented. "It was too much 'Lamborghini, got my Rolex, got a girl on my c**k' — I am so not that."
Naturally, Twitter immediately lit up, with many criticizing Miley for her "awakening" regarding her shift in artistic direction and pointing out that the singer's attempt to win over a rap-leaning audience has failed significantly, despite her best attempts at appropriation.
Take a look at how fans of rap are reacting to Miley Cyrus's recent comments in the tweets below.
Miley Cyrus admitting she made a whole persona off stereotypes in Hip-Hop to sell.— So Anxious (@esibert23) May 4, 2017
Back to Miley Cyrus, for a sec: there was about a 3-5 year period of her trying to build up street creed by jacking hip-hop style...— We Told You So (@culturedstate) May 4, 2017
Miley Cyrus says she doesn't listen to hip-hop anymore, but she likes Kendrick Lamar https://t.co/hzbDlPqMRj— CHEEF (@well_frass) May 4, 2017
Miley Cyrus says she won't listen to hip-hop because it's misogynistic. And she's gone country again.— Jay Dav-O (@ChocnessMonsta) May 4, 2017
Translation:Peace out, black culture. pic.twitter.com/O1EvVOmVMt
Miley Cyrus is full of shit bc hip-hop has always contained vulgar sex lyrics pic.twitter.com/b1nHf2EhMS— Midnight Killah (@branfire) May 4, 2017
Um. Why did Miley Cyrus think that anyone wanted her to comment on hip-hop? ESPECIALLY after she spent 2 years appropriating it. PLEASE. pic.twitter.com/E8NQDBgg4g— shanicka🇯🇲 (@rizzlekicksz) May 4, 2017
And how do you distance yourself from something you were never a part of in the first place. Hiphop has never claimed Miley Cyrus. Sit down.— Rap Dad (@CannibalAUX) May 4, 2017
Miley Cyrus back to trashing hip-hop again like Nicki didn't gather her on national television for trying it.— Craig Bro Dude (@CraigSJ) May 4, 2017
So Miley Cyrus is caucasian again. Neat. Straight from the Timberlake handbook. pic.twitter.com/HWl7vAyPki— Margaret Atwood Stan (@KingBeyonceStan) May 4, 2017
A throwback to 2015 when Nicki called out Miley Cyrus for using black culture as a costume. pic.twitter.com/3X6Y7Uxold— Frank White. (@fioyb) May 4, 2017
LMAOOO! Wow, Miley Cyrus finally woke up and realized who she is. Now we just waiting On Iggy Azalea. pic.twitter.com/IKLaGXEVpy— Logan (@dirtynewyorkr) May 4, 2017
Miley Cyrus is going back to her "country roots" after appropriating hip hop for 4 yrs, as casual racism makes a comeback. Ok. https://t.co/LlgXvPLpp3— اليعاقبة السود🎥 (@TheReelAnderson) May 4, 2017
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