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.
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