Has Miley Cyrus Overdosed On Fame?
Miley Cryus was hospitalized after apparently having an allergic reaction to some medication, but in reality has Miley simply overdosed on fame?
Admittedly it’s a strange question, but Miley Cyrus is a strange creature. How do I know? Well it’s not because I’m a fan or her music or the singer’s she-beast charms. It’s the simple fact that even if you live in a dark dank cave on some remote hill-top, or perhaps even dwell happily in a crater on the moon, the chances are, you’ve been exposed to the celebrity virus that is Miley Cyrus.
Cyrus is simply everywhere. An all-pervasive, all-powerful, leotard wearing, crotch thrusting, tongue poking, cultural wrecking ball, from which there is no escape. Miley this and Miley that, and Cyrus here and Cyrus there. Miley Cyrus is simply everywhere,
Like an alien invasion from the planet ‘twerk’, the Miley monster is unrelenting in its bid to hog our computer screens, clutter the airwaves and mug you unawares on social media accounts.
Millions have never heard Miley Cyrus sing a note, yet they know her as the maniacally gyrating, bug-eyed pop sensation who was once a young fresh-faced girl with a pleasant voice called Hannah Montana. How is this level of fame possible?
Does the Cyrus virus have a steely resolve and all-consuming ambition to take over the world and destroy our minds with its diabolical intent. Or is Miley just growing up in public?
Either way, if we’re all choking on too much exposure to the Cyrus virus, think of the toxic toll it has taken on poor old Miley.
Miley was forced to cancel a concert in Kansas City, Missouri after being rushed to hospital suffering from a severe allergic reaction to, wait for it, antibiotics.
As Miley lay resting in her hospital bed, the Cyrus virus continued to taint Miley’s blood and thunder through her veins with its foul intent.
Exhausted but compelled by a terrible addiction to fame, Miley found the strength to take to Twitter, and although her grasp of the English language was obviously suffering terribly from her reaction to the antibiotics, brave Miley managed to tweet: “Kansas I promise I’m as heartbroken as you are. I wanted so badly 2 b there 2night. Not being with yall makes me feel sh**tier than I already do.”
Miley also posted a picture of herself with a character called ‘Mr Octopussy’, a plastic toy who she claims to be one of the medical staff in charge of her recovery.
Poor Miley, even in hospital under the watchful and caring eye of professionals, the Cyrus virus still cannot be contained successfully. God help us all!