Miley Cyrus Seen Holding Fake Gun Prior To ‘Bad Blood’ Slam, Not Sorry For Shading Taylor Swift

Miley Cyrus sparked some “Bad Blood” with Taylor in her recent interview with Marie Claire when she slammed the singer’s music video. Now it looks like Miley shares something in common with Taylor. Both pop stars like to play with guns in music videos.

Some of Swift’s fans were wise enough to point out that the music video featuring Cyrus and Zoe Kravitz for LOLAWOLF’s “B***h.” The video shows Cyrus holding a fake gun to her friend’s head.

Kravitz even plays with the toy gun as she holds to the camera several times. In one scene, Cyrus points the gun at Kravitz’s head as they lip sync to the lyrics “Who’s the bada** b***h that nobody heard of?”

Still, it’s not similar to Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video, which featured several of her friends going against Selena Gomez and her very own army of woman. Miley pointed out what she thought was wrong with Taylor’s music video.

“I don’t get the violence revenge thing. That’s supposed to be a good example? And I’m a bad role model because I’m running around with my t***ies out? I’m not sure how t***ies are worse than guns.”

Swift’s “Bad Blood” song was inspired by her alleged feud with Katy Perry. She then enlisted up to 17 of her friends to star in the video, which shows her fighting with Gomez.

As for Miley and Zoe, it looks like they were playing around with the toy guns while attempting to act tough. The video features the girls in lingerie as they smoke marijuana and pose in sexually suggestive positions.

A rep close to Cyrus told Us Weekly that her comments weren’t exactly a diss towards Swift. The “Wrecking Ball” singer was asked about Swift’s music video and wanted to give her honest opinion. It wasn’t Cyrus’ intentions to hurt Swift’s feelings. Some of her fans might say that “she’s just being Miley.”

“The tone of what Miley said to Marie Claire was not meant to be insulting to Taylor. Miley was just being honest like she always is. She was saying she gets in trouble for showing her breasts and yet there is violence in another artist’s video. She was making a point but there was no ill will towards Taylor and she doesn’t hate her. She was not addressing Taylor herself, just the double standard of the video.”

A source close to Swift added, “They’re not friends.” Ouch! That explains the reason why Miley doesn’t care that she dissed Taylor’s video in her Marie Claire interview.

Swift has not responded to Cyrus’ comments over her “Bad Blood” video. Do you think Cyrus was being hypocritical when she played with guns in a music video? Share your thoughts below in the comments section.

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