Miley Cyrus goes after writer who didn't like her new album: 'Out of touch'

Raechal Shewfelt
Editor, Yahoo Entertainment

Miley Cyrus definitely noticed when a music writer didn’t appreciate her latest EP, She Is Coming, released on Friday.

She slammed the writer, Highsnobiety’s Sydney Gore, in a series of tweets Tuesday morning from her account with more than 42.7 million followers.

Miley Cyrus is slamming a writer who gave her new music a bad review. (Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Cyrus didn’t specifically mention what she disliked about the negative review, which examined her songs in the context of her social stances, except for the fact that she referred to the star’s mother as Trish, rather than her actual name, Tish.

At one point, Gore writes about the song “Mother Daughter,” “Obviously a tribute to her mother, Trish, this song seems like it might have been rejected from the Captain Marvel soundtrack and with good reason. The thing is, Cyrus has more freedom and sexual liberation than the average person — her white privilege is on, dare I say, a nuclear level. Throughout the track, she goes so far as to identify as a freak, witch, Nile crocodile, and piranha.”

Gore also looked at how Cyrus has dipped into various genres over the years.

Cyrus made it known that she didn’t approve.

The singer’s fans praised her new music and dissed the bad review.

Highsnobiety issued a statement to USA Today on Cyrus’ reaction to Gore’s writeup.

"On behalf of the editorial team, we support Sydney Gore's review of Miley Cyrus' 'She is Coming' and regret the misprint of her mother's name, which we have corrected in the article," Jennifer Ong, who is on the site’s public relations team, said in a statement.

She Is Coming had four out of five stars, based on more than 940 reviews, as of Tuesday morning on Apple’s iTunes store.

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