A few days ago, GQ published an interview with Billy Ray Cyrus where he said that he's scared for his daughter Miley's future, and that he regrets ever letting her star on Hannah Montana.
In his defense, I wouldn't have thought she could read either. But either she can or someone summarized it, because Popeater says...
"To say Miley is angry is an understatement," a friend (says). "She's furious that her own flesh and blood would make a private matter so public. Who does he think he is, Michael Lohan?" ...(She) is mystified, saying it's "unforgivable" that Billy Ray would randomly start biting the hand that fed him. "This isn't what a father does. He never said a bad world about 'Hannah Montana' all those years it made millions for the family, and now that Miley has turned 18 and is making her own decisions, he does this. Unforgivable."
It's probably not a good sign that Miley considers herself "the hand that fed" Billy Ray, but whatever. I'm just thankful that all came through an interpretor so we didn't have to listen to colloquialisms about mules and bumblebees or some shit like that.