Still citing the need of privacy, Miley adds that she would spend her "very little free time" with her friends and family instead of surfing the Internet.
Previously releasing a rap video to explain why she quits Twitter, Miley Cyrus has offered a more serious take on her exit from micro-blogging site on her private fan website, MileyWorld. "It breaks my spirit to hear that some of you feel neglected since I deleted my twitter. It was a wonderful way to stay connected to you & I really felt like during that time we became very much like friends," she wrote according to E! News.
"I love my job so much that it is hard to believe sometimes that it is considered 'working.' But, in the end it is still a business and I do need some sort of a 'normal' life as well," continued the Disney star. "I often complain to the ones closest to me that I don't seem to have much of a private life any more and part of that is my fault. How can I whine about my life being to public if I am the one telling the world what I am doing? Some things in my life need to say in my life only and not on some gossip site."
"I just think kids all over the world could maybe take a little vacation from Cyberspace," Miley added. "My problem with the internet is it makes negativity so available. It allows people to anonymously hurt others without any consequences. That is not the real world. Not only that, but if we spent more time enjoying what we are doing besides tweeting about it, we would enjoy our lives a whole lot more."
"I have very little free time and the moments that I do have I should be spending with my family and friends and loving every minute of their company," she promised, before then setting the record straight on common suggestion that she quits Twitter after being asked by rumored boyfriend Liam Hemsworth. "Liam is a wonderful friend and he did not try to make me delete my page, he just helped me realize how much time I was wasting on that site," she claimed.