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Cyrus Gone Wild: Why Is Miley Cyrus’ 9-Yr-Old Sister, Noah, Singing “Smack That”?

December 18, 2009


Smack that, all on the floor
Smack that, give me some more
Smack that, till you get sore
Smack that, oooh

Smack what?

What would a young 9-year-old girl have to smack, you ask?

Nothing.  Absolutely nothing. 

But don’t tell that to Miley Cyrus and you’d never, ever think of saying it to her younger, more impressionable sister, Noah…also known as Noie.

[Can’t see the video?  Click here!]

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The song is should be off limits to a girl her age.  Even though there are worse things, isn’t objectifying our young girls and then our young girls objectifying themselves is bad enough.  It’s worse than bad, especially when you have rich kids who’s parents let them do anything.

Can you honestly tell me why this is happening?  Some famous families have standards and would never allow this type of behavior on camera to be posted on the internet.  This is not funny.  It never was and I bet most of  us are wondering what the hell is going on. 

I  have had so many Miley Cyrus posts (and posts about her siblings) sometimes exibiting overtly sexual behavior with “grown ups” (Miley) that is not even funny.

 Actually, it’s gross.  How you you teach a child self respect?  By allowing them to be a child and not behave like a “grwon up” before they actually are one.

Sheep amidst the wolves, Billy Ray.

Here are the lyrics (if you want to call them that) to Akon’s “Smack That”.  Do you really want your kid repeating this stuff?

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