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Miley Cyrus says good-bye to Twitter (video)

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus closed her Twitter account yesterday, and she created a rap video to explain to the world why she did it (see video below).   

Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley’s father asked her to get back on Twitter, but as she explain in the video below…she is tired of tweeting about something she is doing during the day and the media making a big deal about it.  She said she wants to keep her private life…private from now on.   

“Yeah, the rumors are true, I deleted my Twitter,” Cyrus raps in the video. “Can you believe it? I had to say goodbye and this little rap is to tell my fans why. No it wasn’t because my friend told me to. Ya’ll know very well what you say I don’t do. And the reasons are simple, I started tweeting about pimples. I stopped living for moments and started living for people.”

“I want my private life private,” she raps. “I’m living for me.”

The words…No More Twitter! flash across the screen.

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