Miley Cyrus is being urged to keep her promise and leave the U.S. after the singer and actress initially claimed last year that she would immigrate if Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States.
Following Trump’s inauguration earlier this month, a number of social media users took to Twitter to remind Miley of her past promise to leave the U.S., urging the star to follow through on her vow to immigrate.
Twitter users didn’t exactly hold back when reminding Cyrus of her promise on the 140-character site in recent weeks after Miley made in a seriously candid – and profanity filled – promise to leave America in an Instagram post back in March 2016, in which she claimed she would immigrate before adding, “I don’t say things I don’t mean.”
“Miley you need to get out of the U.S. it’s clear you hate Trump so just leave,” Twitter user @LeaSheryl tweeted out to Cyrus earlier this month, almost a year after she vowed to leave the U.S. if Trump was voted President.
“[Miley’s] Instagram post kills me because didn’t she say she was moving out of the country if trump got elected? Please leave!” @kingm_7 tweeted out of Cyrus, and @BeingSam24 added of Cyrus’s promise, “I still wonder why Miley, Samuel Jackson, Bryan Cranston haven’t left USA yet? They were saying if Trump becomes President, they’ll leave.”
Notably, Miley made the very bold statement about leaving the U.S. under Trump’s presidency back in March 2016 where she vowed to leave the country in a lengthy Instagram post after revealing that she was crying over Trump months before he became President.
“This makes me so unbelievable scared and sad… Not only for our country but for animals that I love more than anything in this world,” Cyrus wrote alongside a photo of herself with a tear rolling down her cheek next to a snap of Trump meeting with a hunter.
Adding that her “heart is broken into a 100000 pieces,” Miley Cyrus added at the time that she “may vomit” over Trump before vowing in the post that she would leave the country if Donald became the 45th President of the United States.
“YOU are not destiny! It is not your job to decide when a living things life is over… & YOU [Trump] ARE NOT GOD NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU THINK YOU ARE!!!” Miley continued.
“[And] if he doesn’t think he is ‘God’ he thinks he is the f****** chosen one or some s***! We’re all just f****** jam between his rich a** toes!” Miley added in her profanity filled Instagram post, months before Trump was inaugurated. “Honestly f*** this s*** I am moving if this is my president! I don’t say things I don’t mean!”
Though Cyrus still appears to very much be a U.S. citizen living on U.S. soil, Miley has only continued to voice her distain for Trump on social media following his inauguration.
After attending the Women’s March in Los Angeles earlier this month, Cyrus most recently slammed Trump in a post uploaded to her Instagram account on February 1, in which Miley claimed that he is “jeopardizing women’s health rights” and “is not a friend of the LGBTQ community.”
Miley hasn’t yet revealed if she has plans to leave the U.S. anytime soon, though Cyrus has confirmed that she won’t be going anywhere for the next few months after telling fans that she will most definitely be returning to her stint on The Voice for Season 13 later this year.
Though rumors swirled late last year that Cyrus may have been keeping her promise to leave the country by heading to Australia to become a coach on the Australian version of the popular singing show, Miley has since confirmed that she will be back in her red spinning coaches chair when The Voice returns to NBC for Season 13 in the second half of 2017.
“Can’t wait to be back for season 13!!!!,” Cyrus wrote on Instagram back in December, captioning a photo of herself on the set of The Voice with Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, and Blake following the Season 11 finale.
“What AWESOME artists do you think will be on #TeamMiley the next time around!?!?!” Miley continued, confirming that she will be returning to the show later this year, despite rumors claiming Cyrus may be immigrating, or at least emigrating, to Australia. “I can’t wait to find out!”
What do you think of social media users urging Miley Cyrus to keep her promise and leave the U.S. under Donald Trump’s presidency?
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