Last month Miley Cyrus graced the cover of Rolling Stone where she talked about her a number of topics, including an experience in Detroit that she says was the genesis of her recent transformation. "Detroit's where I felt like I really grew up," she says. "It was only for a summer, but that's where I started going to clubs, where I got my first tattoo. Well, not my first tattoo, but my first without my mom's consent."
This didn't rub well with Danny Brown, who denounced Miley's description of Detroit. In a recent interview with that same publication, Brown elaborated on his feelings. "She ain't live no Detroit experience. We can throw that out the window. I think she just trying to be cool," he says. "Personally, the reason that I don't like it is there's a lot of little girls that saw and looked up to Miley Cyrus as a little kid. Now they grown and they seeing what she doing. Somebody else can do that; you can be the one person who don't do that. What's your point? That you want to fuck black n****s or something? I don't get it."
Read Danny Brown's full interview here, where he also talks about his new album Old and what it's really like to live in Detroit.