It’s not secret that former child star Miley Cyrus has been trying hard to get people’s attention lately. She has become obsessed with twerking among other things. We aren’t the only ones over her lame attempt to fit into the Hip-Hop culture, Ernest Owens from the Huffington Post wrote an open letter to the pop star addressing her actions.
“I want urban, I just want something that just feels black,” you were said to have told hit songwriting brothers Timothy and Theron Thomas for your new racy song “We Can’t Stop.” And to take it a step further, you express what “feels black” in the music video to the song as a portrayal of you “twerking” (rather badly if you are actually trying to master the craft) with a group of black women enticing you on.
Ernest goes on the breakdown the meaning of “feeling black” and how it degrades our culture as a whole on huffingtonpost.com
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