Miley Cyrus takes back her apology for posing in a semi-nude Annie Leibovitz photoshoot 10 years ago. Miley, who was just about 15-year-old that time, just recently tweeted about this issue saying that she’s not sorry at all.
The singer posted on Twitter a throwback picture of the New York Post front cover with the headline: “Miley’s shame,” and was dated April 26, 2008. But, this time, she’s not apologizing for what she’s done.
Instead, her caption goes like the:
IM NOT SORRY
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) April 29, 2018
And her followers immediately reacted! Both positively..
L E G E N D
— Jessie Paege (@jessiepaege) April 30, 2018
That was an awesome photo shoot. Nothing to be ashamed about. Disney princesses need to grow up sometime.
— Bryant Poston (@SnoCom79) April 29, 2018
We dont care
— Lone Ranger Danger Zone (@mecantyping) April 29, 2018
Those were highly inappropriate for your age. Especially the ones with your Father. Gross.
— elissaMlewP (@MlewP) April 29, 2018
The photo from a decade ago is the June 2008 issue of Vanity Fair. During that time, Miley was only 15 and working on Disney Channel’s Hannah Montana.
Some criticized her appearance in the semi-nude photoshoot, saying that it’s sexualizing a minor. Disney reportedly claimed that Miley was just “deliberately manipulated” into posing nude.
Miley issued an apology that time saying: “I took part in a photo shoot that was supposed to be ‘artistic’ and now, seeing the photographs and reading the story, I feel so embarrassed.”
This also prompted Leibovitz to issue a statement regarding the photoshoot, where she said she was “sorry” and that they “misinterpreted” what the portrait implied.
But now, it seems like Miley is not affected by the issue anymore. With her tweet, she proved that sometimes, not all “sorry” comes from the heart.