Swift has friends who are “musicians, actresses, models, entrepreneurs,” (and the list goes on) Cyrus commented. But she’s not having it.
“I’m not trying to be in the squad,” she continued. “None of my friends are famous and not because of any other reason than I just like real people who are living real lives, because I’m inspired by them.”
This isn’t the first time Cyrus has expressed her distaste for Swift; in an interview with Marie Claire earlier this month, Cyrus didn’t have any mad love for for the latter’s “Bad Blood” video (yep, the same one starring all of Tay Tay’s aforementioned BFFs, and the same which one big last night at the awards show).
I don’t get the violence revenge thing. That’s supposed to be a good example? And I’m a bad role model because I’m running around with my t—–s out? I’m not sure how t—–s are worse than guns.
As for her sexuality, something Cyrus has been very vocal about (what with her Happy Hippie Foundation), she added to the Times,
I feel very gender-fluid. For a long time I didn’t understand my own sexuality. I would get really frustrated and think I’d never understand what I am, because I can’t even figure out if I’m feeling more like a girl or boy. It took me talking to enough trans people to realize that I didn’t ever have to decide on one.
Cyrus took the world by surprise last night when she released her new album Dead Petz – for free. Dead Petz is heavily influend by Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, with whom she worked closely in the writing and producing part on many of the songs. She also expressed her love for Coyne in her interview:
He’s everything in the world — you can’t even define us. I am 100 percent in love with Wayne, and Wayne is in love with me, but it’s nothing sexual in any way. That would be the grossest.