When browsing Oh No They Didn't earlier today, we were surprised to see that there was an excerpt from Miley Cyrus's interview with UK fashion glossy Love, first because Love hasn't released any of it yet (only the cover) and the issue doesn't come out until March.
We then read the alleged quotes, which seemed off. Cyrus supposedly insults Beyoncé, saying:
Beyoncé has been a big inspiration to me but she’s been out for such a long time. She’s so talented and I think she’s at the top of the game now but people are always looking for new blood and that’s what I bring to the game now, new blood. I got the total package you know, the curves, the rhythm, and the voice. I’m just the best.
The quotes were odd not only for Cyrus -- or anyone -- to say about the Queen Bey, but also because they popped up in Love of all places, which is not a gossip rag in the least. And unsurprisingly, it turned out that the comments were false. First, Cyrus was quick to insist, via Twitter, that they were fabricated:
And just about an hour ago, Love tweeted confirmation that the quotes did not come from Cyrus's mouth.
As for who fabricated the quotes, Cyrus claims it was the Daily Mail. "The ass hole [sic] who started it (mail online) took that *poop emoji* down," she tweeted. Indeed, the Mail has deleted its article, which was reporting the excerpt as real.
All we have to say is: Phew! Cyrus is still the innocent girl next door we thought her to be (jk), and Love hasn't turned into a tabloid. However, a lot of new people have most likely been made aware of the fairly under-the-radar fashion mag, which is perhaps the only good thing to come out of this.