Check out Miley Cyrus leaving a studio session the other day in a pair of very, very short shorts, so short you can barely see them, under a Bulls jersey, and striped heels with a buckle that looks like an ankle monitor. This is 20 – no cellulite, no stretch marks, not even the whisper of a bulge. Miley’s body is sick right now. Sick. And, well, she’s showing us all the time.
So much so that there’s now a song dedicated to her ass, by the Ying Yang twins. You can listen to it below, courtesy TMZ. Apparently they were inspired by her twerking.
Miley’s all bravado and punk these days. She claims she’s in full control. So what if she’s jamming her ass all up on the camera. So what if her ass is front and centre. She’s owning it, and no one is owning her, and that makes it OK. She’s proud of her sexuality and that makes it powerful. Does it? Is it? Empowering? Whatever your answer is to that question, the lyrics to the Ying Yang Twins certainly aren’t empowering:
Do the Miley Cyrus rock wit it
Wiggle wiggle jiggle jiggle shake that s**t
All the n***as saying can she take that d**k?
Freaky b****es shakin ass on the pole
Do the Miley Cyrus bitch and get low
Miley Cyrus, ooh she wildin'
The way she shake her ass keep a n***a smiling'
With her camel toe she steal the show
Put her p***y in yo face like a freaky ho
Now the question is – can you separate it? Can you separate the Ying Yang twins’ reaction to Miley’s twerking – she’s moving her ass so that must mean she sucks cock real good and is giving me access to her pussy – with Miley’s twerking, as a justified and natural response to it? Me I’m inclined to believe that yes, you can. And I wonder, if your answer is no to that question, is that the same as saying a girl “asked for it”? But f-ck is it complicated and unfair to be a girl, isn’t it?