Behind JailBait’s jealousy…
Is the end.
Or the fear of the end.
JailBait Miley Cyrus claims she’s not into pop music. That she’s never heard a Jay-Z song despite using Jay-Z lyrics in her biggest hit. Now she’s too good for Twilight.
That’s right. Miley Cyrus, Hannah Montana, is too good for Twilight.
F-ck her for making me defend Twilight.
During a radio interview the other day, Miley mashed her mouth off about the franchise, saying she’s never seen it and that she will never see it:
"I don't believe in it. I don't like vampires. ... I don't like the wolf that pops out of the screen when I'm watching my TV at night. I don't like it. I don't want anything to do with it. I don't like the shirts. I don't like any of it. I feel really lame because everyone's, like, so excited (and) I'm like, 'Don't even talk about it.'"
Everyone is entitled to an opinion, of course. But this is not opinion. This is resentment.
Twilight has eclipsed her. And with Miley, it always has to be about her. When the story isn’t her, the story must be wrong.
Taylor Swift has eclipsed her too. Taylor Swift is more successful than ever, more decorated than Miley, more respected than Miley, and with more industry cred than Miley. Taylor Swift is also associated with major Twilight star Taylor Lautner. Taylor Lautner doesn’t want anything to do with JailBait.
There are many rivers to Miley’s resentment and they’re all flowing towards Twilight. Oh the The Lord doesn’t not approve of resentment. It’s bad for the soul. Hooker child, you need to let that sh-t go.
File photo from Wenn.com