Miley Cyrus Stuns Fans, Claiming: 'You Don't Have to Be Gay'

Lawrence Kim
October 21, 2019

Miley Cyrus is facing criticism for remarks she made in an Instagram story on Sunday night. "There are good people with d- out there, you just gotta find them. You've got to find a d**k that's not a d**k, you know?", she said.

Speaking in an Instagram Live alongside her boyfriend Cody, she said: "There are good people out there that just happen to have d###s".

"I've only met one", she added, taking a dig at ex-husband Liam Hemsworth.

According to fans, Cyrus was implying that being gay is a personal choice and that it is very easy for a person to just start dating someone of the same sex when the opposite gender disappoints them.

"Miley cyrus saying "you don't have to be gay cause there's good guys out there" has pissed me off beyond belief like????" someone else wrote.

Prior to she and Simpson becoming an item, Cyrus was connected to The Hills' Kaitlynn Carter, whom she was seen out in public getting affection with just days after her split from Hemsworth was announced.

The singer said on Instagram Live that she thought "all guys were evil" but she has found one that isn't (referring to Cody who was in the room with her).

She was like, 'If you don't put this s- out, I'm putting it out on your behalf for you.

Um, so, wait a second!

"There are good men out there, guys".

Also that "you don't have to be gay" comment is HELLA problematic.

In February, Cyrus spoke about the importance of her identity as a queer woman in a heterosexual relationship while she was still with Hemsworth.

"Miley and Cody have been friends for years". Is the shade purposeful - and purposefully cryptic??

The couple gushed at each other back and forth while trying out different heart-frame filters ("There's no point in trying to explain this mood babe, you can't", Simpson cooed on-screen) and talking about their matching Teslas in the driveway - you know, just normal couple things.

Either way, it's got our eyebrows raised, to say the least.

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