Miley Cyrus is still thinking about the memes from Turkey that went viral because of her 2013 VMA costume. Here’s a look at what she said.
The 2013 VMAs saw the participation of several personalities. Celebrities like Lady Gaga, Drake, Justin Timberlake and others performed at the event. In the midst of that, Miley’s performance shocked everyone as the singer managed to get all the attention to her choice of dress code.
Miley Cyrus’ 2013 VMA costume explored
During the 2013 VMAs, Miley managed to win three awards. However, her performance with Robin Thicke caught the attention of many. The singer was seen twerking as she sang her hit song We can’t stop.
The performance began with Miley wearing a silver swimsuit. She was also surrounded by giant bears, and together they managed to capture all the attention. However, Miley’s performance quickly became an internet meme after the singer changed her two-piece nude latex costume.
As a result, the singer was subjected to bodily humiliation as people compared her appearance to that of a turkey. Several memes have appeared on Twitter, and to this day it affects him.
Miley Cyrus remembers ‘Turkish memes’
On June 7, Miley shared photos of herself on Instagram Stories and admitted that she was still afraid of being ashamed of her body after what happened at the VMAs in 2013.
She had shared the image to promote her appearance at Summer Fest. Sharing a bikini pic, she wrote: “I made you watch. Now buy tickets to @summerfest. Following that, Miley wrote,” You tagged me with that turkey ass. ”
In the photo, Miley also used stickers like “gobble gobble” and “chicken bu **”. This isn’t the first time Miley has spoken of being ashamed of her body. The singer shed light on her during Bright Minded: Living with Miley.
She said: “I stopped wearing skirts on stage, all that shit because after the VMAs and I had my cute little nude bodysuit everyone started comparing me to a turkey and putting on a turkey on my outfit, ”Cyrus explained. “I was just so skinny and mushy and they kept putting me next to this turkey, and I felt so bad about myself that I didn’t wear a bikini for about two years.”
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