The 'We Can't Stop' hitmaker says an alleged interview where she supposedly admitted that she 'messed up' is fake.
Miley Cyrus never said in any interview that she had "so many f**king issues." The former Disney star was quick to hit back on Twitter with a post that read, "Ain't nobody got time for that #BS," after the so-called chat was spread on the internet over the Labor Day weekend.
Following her jaw-dropping performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, she was quoted by U.K.'s Sunday People, "I am so f***ed up - everyone does dumb stuff when they are messed up. I don't have a normal life. I take a hiatus every now and again but I'm not good at that."
A representative denied the interview ever existed. "She only did one interview since VMAs and that's not it," the rep told JustJared. "She sat down with MTV for her upcoming [documentary]. We haven't released that interview yet. Someone did some creative editing of an old interview."
Miley became talks of the town lately due to her raunchy stage act at the VMAs where she performed her single "We Can't Stop" and joined Robin Thicke during his "Blurred Lines" set. She was hit with mixed reactions from fans and fellow celebrities, but she simply shrugged them off and continued focusing her energy on getting her work done.