Pack your bags, haters. Miley’s not going anywhere.
This celebrity has been always experiencing heat from the press, and from viewers in general, since late 2012. From former sweet Disney child actor to someone who’s now badass and sexy, people just can’t seem to hop off the hate train for the Wrecking Ball singer. With the success of Bangerz, her future gigs, and the attention the media is giving her, you just can’t deny that she’s still playing her A-game—she’s still relevant. What can I say? Miley Cyrus just can’t stop, and she won’t stop. And I’m loving it!
What a lot of people don’t know about Miley is that she’s stopped paying attention to all of the haters. She’s just living the life, cruisin’, and having so much fun while you’re just sitting there, bashing away. Of course, it’s not like she’s invincible to all of the hate—maybe some still get through the cracks every now and then—but she’s living proof that society shouldn’t control someone into being who they’re not. Wouldn’t that rain on your parade?
Miley isn’t the only celeb frequently on the hot seat, but she’s sure one of the most popular. And even if you’re not on the limelight, you can still get haters, and they can be such a pain. So, how do we get away from them, you ask? You just smiley like Miley.
• Continue to surprise your haters by being unpredictable. They think they know you, but they don’t. Miley often shows up to interviews and events in a way that keeps people on their toes. Sometimes she looks “modest,” other times people deem it “too revealing,” or she suddenly nails a sexy number everyone thinks is “gorgeous.” Whatever, switch ’em up!
• Haters truly do make you famous. If they keep on talking about you, it must mean you’re worth all that energy. Every once in a while, don’t forget to thank them by being über nice. Kindness can be your best weapon, and it can surely throw someone off. Bonus tip: watch them recover from what you just did from afar and do your smiley.
• Just be yourself. Seriously. If you aren’t sabotaging someone’s image or doing some other grave act, just keep it together. Society is the problem here, not you. Make the world your stage and let other people watch you as you come out unscathed from all their harsh words and judgement. Everyone gets it, and it’s going to be okay.
I don’t know about you, but I just think Miley is someone to look up to. And nope, I’m not saying that everyone should be getting all “wild and racy,” but rather just leave the judgements behind. If they have nothing better to do in their lives but keep on talking about yours, it’s them you should feel sorry about. Brush of the dirt, hun. Get out there and keep being you.