Miley Cyrus is unfamilar with African history
Miley Cyrus leaving Winsor Pilates in West Hollywood (7/16)
Miley Cyrus is glad that the diamond she’s wearing on her finger is “old and has a story.” And that story is about the exploitation of Africa by the colonial powers in the late 1800s. Blood diamonds FTW! Miley tells the new issue of Marie Claire (via the New York Post):
“Life is too short not to be with the person you want to be with. I don’t really care about the wedding or the piece of paper as much as I do the promise we’ve made to each other. And we want to have a long engagement.”
Cyrus says it was a “complete surprise” when Hemsworth popped the question on May 31, but she approves his choice of ring, which reportedly has a hand-cut diamond from the 1880s. “I just love that it’s old and has a story . . . and I’m happy because it doesn’t look like anything else I wear.”
My fellow members of the media are missing the whole point of this Miley Cyrus debacle. At 19, we should be congratulating Destiny Hope (real name) for not already having had six kids with five of her farmhands. In her neck of the woods, she’s considered an old maid. The real story is that Miley gave money to her Kevin Federline so he could buy her a ring with a huge diamond no doubt smuggled out of Africa in the orifice of a child during one of the civil wars. Miley also bought perfume made entirely from the tears of orphans, as well as cowboy boots made of real cowboys. It’s terrible how Hannah Montana turned into such a horrible monster, isn’t it?