Miley Cyrus's Anti-Semitic slip: Music industry "too Jewish"
Miley Cyrus has remarked that the music industry is too old and "too Jewish" to understand the appeal behind her videos and performances.
Speaking about her 'We Can't Stop' video, during an interview with 'Hunger TV', the 20-year-old daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus said that the video sounded insane on paper but she was confident about it, the New York Post reported.
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer added that she feels it's weird when things are targeted for young people by those who are "like this 70-year-old Jewish man that doesn't leave his desk all day, telling me what the clubs want to hear".
The video features spankings, a skull made of french fries, a man with two tongues, a pinata filled with hot dogs and the former fiance of Liam Hemsworth, who admitted that her so-called wild behavior is marketing, humping a bed.
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