Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus, do you really want your daughter Miley, 17, to be the next Britney Spears or Lindsay Lohan? Are you so caught up in the cash proceeds of Miley Inc. that you're OK with your daughter feeling herself up on stage, in public, during her concerts? Are you really OK with her dressed in itsy bitsy thigh-baring costumes? Are you OK with her writhing around seductively in her "Can't Be Tamed" video, and simulating a makeout session with two men?
This whole situation is wrong on so many levels. Let's start with -- it's wrong for Miley to have agreed to play the child and teen character, Hannah Montana, for another year if she intended to behave like a stripper on stage.
Whether she likes it or not, she is making millions by playing Hannah, who is a role model for millions of little girls. No matter how many interviews Miley gives saying she doesn't see herself as a role model, she has tacitly accepted that role by continuing to take money to play Ms. Montana.
In a way, she's the Tiger Woods of teenage girls. When he accepted the platinum endorsement of repping American Express, he was "agreeing" to be a role model. She has made the same deal. And like Tiger, in reality she's behaving like the devil.
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