Photoshopped Lie takes aim at Miley Cyrus

Page 14 of the July 2007 issue of J-14 magazine ran a short article where Miley Cyrus exposed her "gross habits." It’s the same sort of story that has crowded the pages of every teenybopper magazine since the days of Dynamite. But when a scan of it started making the blog rounds, something very critical had been changed.

Fake Miley Cyrus

It was no longer a fan fluff piece, but now appeared as a confession piece announcing the pregnancy of the young star of Disney’s Hannah Montana. That piece was totally fabricated and probably an attempt to attract some eye-balls to the posers website while capitalizing on Miley’s recent appearance on ABC’s 20/20.

It’s doubly sad because as she and her dad talked about in the 20/20 interview, Miley is totally committed to her fans and her art. But she and her dad see no reason to keep up the punishing work schedule if it is no longer fun. Stuff like this is exactly what makes it unfun for stars. As a member of the Disney blogging community, I want to apologize to Miley for this sad hoax. I don’t know who did it, but if I did, I wouldn’t hesitate to turn them in.

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4 thoughts on “Photoshopped Lie takes aim at Miley Cyrus

  1. Darcy Fraser

    I’m glad to hear the newstory was wrong. It’s really sad how far people will go to hurt others.

    When I saw the post on this blog last night, it made me sad. I’ve just recently started letting my 7 year old watch Hannah Montana and would probably have not allowed her to continue watching because of the poor example to young girls who look up to her.

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