Saturday, March 10, 2012

Miley Sparks Controversy with "Forget Jesus" Tweet

Miley Cyrus is one of the most confusing personalities I think that has come on the scene. For years as a child star and preteen bop sensation, she and her family created this good little Christian image. Many interviews and features talked about how she puts Christ first, how she met her boyfriend in church, how she didn't want to be a party girl like Lindsay Lohan. Since getting older she's done everything she could to shed that contradict her former image. Heck even momma, Trish, has been linked to an affair with rock star Brett Michaels.

Hannah Montana is gone for sure and if Miley continues making the decisions she is making then she may be gone too. Last week, through her twitter, she
highlighted a quote from physicist Lawrence Krauss:

"You are all stardust. You couldn't be here if stars hadn't exploded,
because the elements (carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, all the things that matter for
evolution) weren't created at the beginning of time. They were created in stars.
So forget Jesus. Stars died so you can live."
Some fans were so angry that they tweeted the former pop star with "Go To Hell". I've met Miley once and she was a sweetie, though it was in her Hannah days. I think she has made a lot of bad choices and doesn't look to be surrounding herself with the right people. Sometimes when stars, especially child stars, get everything so fast, they search for more and more. A celebrity in this situation usually has an inflated opinion of themselves and feels that everyone sits on pins and needles for their philanthropic food for thought. Sometimes they get enthralled in their religious new age beliefs, or they go deep into their political campaigns. Never do they realize that they alienate a great portion of supporters and fans. Hopefully Miley will get back on track. I don't think her fan base is to fond of anti Jesus sentiments and they're more likely to forget her before they are Jesus.



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