Harry Styles of One Direction Says Twerking, Made Popular by Miley Cyrus, is “Inappropriate” [See Photos]

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By charmaine corne clutton | September 3, 2013 11:54 AM EST

Harry Styles may have busted a move at the Teen's Choice Awards - a 3 second Twerk - but the singer says that the dance move is "inappropriate."

The dance move that former Disney child star Miley Cyrus made famous in her "We Can't Stop" video -- which she showcased at the MTV Video Music Awards -- is not a good dance move for Harry Styles. Moviefone quoted him as saying that the move promotes promiscuity.

"I think it's quite inappropriate. Especially for the age groups it's aimed at, I think it's, you know, promoting promiscuity," said Styles as he promoted the boyband's documentary "This Is Us."

Like many other celebrities that were shocked at the MTV Video Music Awards, Styles too, had enough "twerks" for one night when the 20-year-old "We Can't Stop" singer Miley Cyrus twerked to her entire VMA performance. She had even twerked in a rather promiscuous position with 36 year old singer, Robin Thicke, to his song "Blurred Lines." Miley Cyrus was blasted for her performance but she didn't care and had most photos of her behind on her instagram account. It may not be a classy move for the singer but it isn't stopping Cyrus from twerking whenever she can.

There have been various comments and views on Miley Cyrus' VMA performance, a lot of parents were shocked and took to twitter about their opinions on showcasing such moves and scantily clad skin tone outfits. A few celebrities also took their dismay to twitter saying what they thought about the performance. Well, Styles may have a reason to why he now is not a fan of the dance move.

Styles may have twerked once but it does not mean he has to be a fan of it.

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