If you’re very famous due in large part because of all the doors that were opened to you because you’re dad is also very famous, you probably shouldn’t criticize anyone else for the path they took to success. And yet that’s what Miley Cyrus did on an Australian morning radio show when asked about Rebecca Black.
The Daily Telegraph says…
Catapulted to fame off the back of Disney’s Hannah Montana, Cyrus slammed the overnight success of YouTube phenomenons such as Rebecca Black.
“It should be harder to be an artist. You shouldn’t just be able to put a song on YouTube and go out on tour,” the daughter of country star Billy Ray Cyrus said.
Wait did Miley just refer to herself as an artist? The only difference between Miley and Rebecca is one had a famous dad. If not for him she’d be back in Tennessee, and the closest she’d get to singing in public is humming while she blew some guy behind the Dairy Queen.