Miley Cyrus Defends Demi Moore

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on February 5, 2012 0 Comments

Miley Cyrus is coming to the defense of Demi Moore, saying that people need to stop “talking crap” about her and leave her alone. She also claims that Demi is not on drugs.

According to a report from RadarOnline, Miley voiced her support of Demi via her Facebook page on Saturday.

“Everyone needs to leavMiley Cyrus :)e Demi alone,” she wrote. “She’s been through so much the past year. She doesn’t need the crap. How can you talk crap on someone you don’t know?”

Is this really the kind of support that Demi Moore needs? Unfortunately, Miley may mean well, but her Facebook post sounds like a rant from a mouthy kid.

Miley Cyrus went on to dish about Demi’s status, saying that her troubles don’t involve abusing drugs.

“The media makes everyone in Hollywood seem ‘weak,’ ‘stupid,’ or ‘unbalanced’ …Just because she’s in Hollywood doesn’t mean she’s on drugs. NOT EVERYONE IS ON DRUGS!!!” she wrote.

No, not everyone is on drugs, but it’s pretty clear that Demi Moore has been partying, and her daughter Rumer Willis was present when it happened. Even Miley Cyrus dabbles in drugs now and then. Has she forgotten her salvia incident, where she smoked it from a bong and it was filmed and shared online?

Miley’s last statement indicates that she is a bit naïve where this entire situation is concerned. And while no one doubts she means well, and wishes Demi Moore all the best, maybe she should have simply written her a note or sent some flowers instead.

“Put yourself in her shoes. How are you supposed to hold up while everyone in the world is so naïve and they believe everything the media says? Almost her entire life has been in the public eye,” Miley wrote.

How much do you think Miley really knows about Demi Moore’s situation? And if she really felt the need to air her defense of Demi on Facebook, don’t you suppose she could have done so a bit more eloquently?

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