Miley Cyrus’ Porn Video Won’t Leave You ‘Tongue Tied’ In Bondage After All [Video]

Miley Cyrus' Porn Video Won't Leave You 'Tongue Tied' In Bondage After All [Video]

Miley Cyrus’ porn video was supposed to be entered in the upcoming NYC Porn Film Festival starting later this month, based upon the fest’s schedule and all other associated media platforms. Apparently, the negative publicity was enough to have the pop star “Tongue Tied,” since all support for the adult video festival has disappeared.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, practically all the recent reports have featured Miley Cyrus nude or completely topless in some fashion. She has been throwing her support behind the “Free The Nipple” movement, which claims it is fighting for women’s rights by going bare-chested.

The idea that a Miley Cyrus porn video was going to be featured apparently started with comments by the NYC Porn Film Festival founder, who said Cyrus’ submission was “a pop take on S&M. [Cyrus is] starting to become more of a contemporary artist.” So, was the video essentially Cyrus’ take on 50 Shades Of Grey?

Technically, the “Tongue Tied” video is not pornography, although it certainly is provocative, pushing the Hannah Montana days way, way, way behind the pop star. It was first released last year as part of her Bangerz tour, and features Cyrus tied up with tape and writhing around a lot. Cyrus is almost naked in the video except for tape she uses to cover her nipples, plus she spends a good portion of the video wrapped in black tape. The weirdest part is when her eyes start excreting a a dark liquid from her eyes, but technically there is nothing 100 percent sexually explicit about the video (still isn’t something you would want children watching).

The “Tongue Tied” video was actually released in May of 2014 and was directed by mixed-media artist and filmmaker Quentin Jones. According to the New York Post, Cyrus found out about the NYC Porn Film Festival via a friend who knew the founder and sent off the film for submission.

“Miley was proud to make a film with acclaimed filmmaker Quentin Jones,” a representative for Cyrus said in a statement to the Huffington Post. “Neither she nor Quentin are participating in this ‘festival’ in any way.”

No one knows why the sudden reversal. It’s possible that all the publicity related to a “Miley Cyrus porn video” made the decision for them, since the 22-year-old singer doesn’t want to be known as a porn star.

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