Miley Cyrus, the pop princess that twerked her way into controversy with the now infamous medley performance of mega hits “We Can’t Stop” and “Blurred Lines” with Robin Thicke at last year’s VMAS, has made VMA related tabloids once again. This time the “Wrecking Ball” singer is is getting gossiped about for her very obvious diss toward “Best Male video” winner Ed Sheeran.
“I’m going to tell you that she definitely said it [a**hole],” reports Ken Baker of E! News. “I studied the tape, it is clear what she said. There is no question about it. So I guess the question becomes, ‘Well, was it out of just joking or was she angry?’”
Baker recently explained to the On Air With Ryan Seacrest radio show, that her anger toward Sheeran may stem back to comments he made about her VMA performance when talking with the UK’s The Mirror last year. During an interview, Ed went on record, calling Miley’s performance a “stripper move.” Considering the amount of controversy she normally courts these days, such a comment should be expected, and, in sense, welcomed. After all, when it comes to spectacles like MTV’s VMAS, stripper emulation is noting new.