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Miley Cyrus’s New EP Is Missing The One Song We Desperately Want Her To Release And I’m Mad

What is this cruel world?

After a whole lot of hype, Miley Cyrus has finally dropped her new EP She Is Coming. It’s a hot line-up of tracks, but it became immediately clear that the one track a lot of us were itching to hear is nowhere to be seen.

She Is Coming features ‘Mother’s Daughter’, ‘Unholy’, ‘D.R.E.A.M. (feat. Ghostface Killah) – which spells out ‘drugs run everything around me’ in the lyrics, ‘Cattitude’ (feat. Ru Paul) – which features a swipe at Nicki Minaj, ‘Party Up The Street (feat. Mike WiLL Made-It’, and ‘The Most’.

What the EP does NOT contain, is ‘Bad Karma’. Miley teased a clip of this song on her Instagram Story in early May, while glammed up for the Met Gala.

‘Bad Karma’ absolutely slaps and is the perfect balance between the old Miley and the new Miley. It’s the track that we want and it’s the track that we need. Especially me, because I am already singing this chorus constantly and need more material ASAP.

I am merely one in a see of people disappointed that we’re not currently listening to ‘Bad Karma’ on repeat. Miley has gone too far this time.

The big question is, how long will we have to wait to hear ‘Bad Karma’? How much longer will Miley torture us? Only time will tell.

Miley Cyrus Inciting Major Celebrity Beef In Her New Track Is Smart Business If I Ever Saw It

Scandal is a thriving business.

Miley Cyrus is in full hype mode for the upcoming release of her new music, and it’s clear that she’s pulling out all the stops.

From the snippet she’s teased on Instagram, the new material sounds awesome. But Miley has been in the biz long enough to know that good material isn’t the only ingredient in the strategy for success. Hacking the music business is as much a game of celebrity, PR, and notoriety as it is talent.

Miley has the talent, and she’s making her music newsworthy by inciting beef with major celebrities in one of her new tracks.

Miley debuted three songs at a performance at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend show in England on Saturday, reportedly titled ‘Cattitude’, ‘Dream’ and ‘Mother’s Daughter’. In ‘Cattitude’, she ‘raps’ the lyrics, “I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi.”

Yes! It’s spicy! Nicki Minaj and Cardi B have (unfortunately) had high-profile tension since they got into a scuffle at the Harper’s Bazaar Icon party in New York City last year.

Plus, Miley and Nicki Minaj infamously had beef in 2015 after Miley’s unflattering comments about Nicki in a New York Times interview. Nicki Minaj responded to those comments in a very public way – on stage at the MTV VMA’s. She called Miley a “bitch” and asked her “What’s good?”. 

Miley and Nicki have made public gestures earlier this year that indicate the beef is buried, but it’s never to be forgotten by the public. That’s what Miley is relying on.

Since Miley tapped back into the celebrity beef culture with this new song, the lyrics have turned into a meme and taken off on Twitter. A lot of the traction is from Miley herself, who clearly knows that celebrity interest and memeablity are two things that contribute to newsworthiness and therefore the press coverage of her new music.

No shade to Miley, we love a woman who knows how to work the business. Even if it means dredging up ‘catty’ conflicts between women in that business.

Miley Cyrus Throwing Shade At Her Own Friends Is Definitely Not A Mood, Please Take It Back

What's good Miley?

As a Miley fan, it’s difficult for me to get my head around the sentiment she is pushing in her latest promotional material.

Miley is in full hype mode for the release of her upcoming new music (which sounds amazing), and her ‘She Is Coming’ tagline is plastered all over her social media.

But in one of her recent posts on Twitter and Instagram, Miley posted a photo of herself posing in front of a pile of rubbish bags, captioned,

“Actual photo of me n my friends”

So Miley is saying that her friends are…trash?

It seems like a disappointingly shady statement for Miley to be making about her friendships, and a bit out of character for her. So maybe it was just a mistake? Was she trying to say that her friends and herself included are all ‘trash’?

Or was this just a slip up? Not to point fingers but Miley is a proudly avid consumer of Marijuana and there is potential that this post was a product of not thinking straight. I mean, these are her current Instagram Stories so…just saying.

I’m going to choose to believe that Miley has more respect for her friends and this is actually a genuine c**k up. As one fan pointed out, perhaps Miley meant ‘actual photo of me n my haters’.

Now that would have landed.

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