Miley Cyrus Raps About Quitting Twitter

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Oct 10, 2009 • References: ctv & techcrunch
It’s already been documented that the biggest fans of Twitter are the 30-50 age demographic. The new Miley Cyrus rapping video solidifies a lack of interest for teenagers (or teenage pop stars) by putting the sentiment to a beat.

The move could potentially be seen as a larger statement on privacy and social media. Or, more likely, it is the move of a 16-year-old whose latest boy crush thinks Twitter is like, so not cool. Recent Cyrus tweets (before the boycott) mentioned current co-star Liam Hemsworth, who is Twitter-less.

To see Miley Cyrus rapping about deleting her Twitter account is a few kinds of awful. And then there’s also the subject of this Miley Cyrus rapping tirade. She hates Twitter so, you know, she’ll rap about it on YouTube. Stats for Ridiculous Celebrity Raps Trending: Older & Average
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