Miley Cyrus Says Her “Bangerz” Tour Is Education For Kidz

Get your kids on the Ivy League track by exposing them to Miley Cyrus

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Noted education expert Miley Cyrus thinks it is a good idea to expose your kids to Miley Cyrus.

In a recent interview, the “Wrecking Ball” singer said that in her humble opinion, her upcoming “Bangerz” world tour will be “educational for kids”.

In the interview with her sister — Fuse News’ correspondent, Brandi Cyrus — Cyrus noted: “Even though parents probably won’t think this, I think my show is educational for kids.” This statement came a few days after Cyrus tweeted a “Bangerz” tour preview photo of the known-twerker riding a giant hot dog.

That’s art, according to Cyrus. “[Kids are] going to be exposed to art most people don’t know about,” Cyrus told Fuse . “People are taught to look at things so black and white, especially in small towns. I’m excited to take this tour to places where [art] like this wouldn’t get accepted, where kids wouldn’t learn about this different kind of art.”

That love of art runs in the family. During the interview, it was announced that Miley and Brandy’s mom, Tish, would be dancing on stage with Motley Crüe.

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A dimwitted white trash girl. Sex is an art? Maybe in porn. I work with young kids. It is disturbing that some repeat lyrics of Lil Wayne or Nicki Minaj. Terrifying that some are exposed to this stuff.

This is another example of a culture in decline.


I love how parents think that their kids shouldn't be exposed to Miley because she's "sexual" and whatnot, and they keep on blaming her and calling her a "bad influence." Oh newsflash to the all pathetic parents out there… she's an entertainer not a church priest…& second of all humans are all born sexual, it isn't something that just happens overtime. Fetuses sometimes touch themselves, and some babies and toddlers touch themselves as well, even if they're not exposed to any "sexual" behavior. Puberty usually makes us experience sexuality in a different way but that doesn't mean that we never experienced it as children. 


This is just wrong.... She shouldn't be saying rubbish like that


It is for kids its showing them what not do in life