We already knew that Miley Cyrus's performance at G-A-Y nightclub in London this past weekend was crazy, but we didn't know it got to this level. Thanks to new video footage from the show, we now have a look at a very lengthy, very expletive-filled rant towards "those motherf***ers that broke my heart"—A.K.A., Liam Hemsworth—that Cyrus went on prior to performing her hit song "Wrecking Ball."
Here's the transcript:
... and every time you get in your car, you’re going to hear my f***ing song on the f***ing radio, you piece of s**t. That’s right. And then I’m gonna take all my clothes off, I’m gonna sit on a big, giant dick—sometimes two—I’m gonna swing around, and then I’m gonna hold the record for the most-watched music video on Vevo. So then—you know, you can tell a lot about a person—I think you can tell how big their d*** is by how much confidence they have usually, and if I was a dude I’d probably have a really big d***, ‘cause I feel really good about myself now. So I’m gonna tell those motherf***ers that broke my heart, particularly one, to suck my fat d*** and to enjoy hearing this song for the rest of your life. This song is called Wrecking Ball.
Drama! The story continues, according to MSN: Apparently, Cyrus had a drink in hand when she launched into the rant, and she began it by stating that writing a hit song about those people who broke your heart is the best revenge. Call it the Adele technique of getting famous.
With a drink in hand, she launched in to a massive speech, singling out her recent heartbreak while introducing her hit song 'Wrecking Ball'. According to Miley, "the best kind of revenge is to write a number one song about it". Liam, are you listening?
(It should probably be noted, though, that Miley Cyrus didn't actually write "Wrecking Ball"—a team of five songwriters did: Lukasz Gottwald, Maureen Anne McDonald, Stephan Moccio, Sacha Skarbek, and Henry Russell Walter.)
BUT ANYWAY. It sounds like Cyrus is still harboring some unresolved feelings for her ex-fiancé (whom she split up with late last year). And, if you're not convinced the rant was about Hemsworth, just take a look at this second clip from the performance of "Wrecking Ball" that followed the rant, in which she changes the lyrics of the song from "Don't you ever say I just walked away / I will always want you," to "Don't you ever say I just walked away / I will always want...Liam."
What more proof do you need than that?
It's possible that Cyrus had just had a little too much to drink, though: that's the only explanation for the weird "joke" about date rape that followed, which consisted of Cyrus claiming that "everyone’s a little bit gay" and, "...all it takes is one cocktail. And if that doesn’t work, sprinkle something in their drink. That’s what I always do."
Date rape is not a joking matter, Miley—let's not go there.