Miley Cyrus Says She Felt ‘Villainized For Moving On’ After Liam Hemsworth Split: ‘They Tried To Make Me Seem Disloyal’

Miley Cyrus reveals that she felt villainized for moving on after her split with Liam Hemsworth, and said that she doesn’t think it’s acceptable

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Miley Cyrus Says She Felt ‘Villainized For Moving On’ After Liam Hemsworth Split: ‘They Tried To Make Me Seem Disloyal’
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth split in 2019, leaving many of their fans shocked. The two had been in an on and off relationship for several years before they tied the knot in 2018. Soon after Miley and Liam split, Miley had been in the news first for her whirlwind romance with Kaitlynn Carter, and then for her relationship with Cody Simpson. Now,  Miley has opened up about the backlash she faced for moving on soon after her split with Liam.

 Miley Cyrus appeared on ‘Call Her Daddy’ podcast wherein she revealed that at first when she got out of her long time relationship, and it didn’t work out, that was quite traumatizing for her. However, she said that she is now in a place where she looks at it and loves and respects it. Speaking about the time she spent with Liam, she said, “The relationship I had for 10 years was an amazing time of my life.” However, she said that she felt like she was villainized for moving on, and that she doesn’t think it’s acceptable.

Miley said, “I would’ve much rather the public, like I guess, villainize me because of for my sexuality. But they tried to make me seem disloyal which is so against my f**king character…my character is my everything, that is my foundation, what I thrive on.”


Miley also revealed that she lost her virginity to Liam Hemsworth at the age of 16. “I didn’t go all the way with a dude until I was 16, but I ended up marrying the guy,” she said. ALSO READ: Miley Cyrus And Cody Simpson Are No More A Couple? Reports Say So




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