Miley Cyrus Allegedly Tweets About "The Hunger Games" But Deletes Tweet After Mentioning Seeing Liam Hemsworth in Film? [See Photo]

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By charmaine corne clutton | December 6, 2013 3:59 PM EST

Miley Cyrus has been lying low nowadays. She hasn't sparked that much controversy since she decided to grow up. Now, a new tweet from the songstress is causing quite the buzz. Miley and Liam Hemsworth were a couple for four years before he proposed to her and were engaged for a year and a half before the two split due to various reasons.

The tweet that was posted on December 5, Thursday at 10:50am was tweeted by Cyrus saying:

"I Wanna See the new Hunger Games but that means I'll have to look at my ex for 2 f*ck*ng hours"

It had only gained a couple of retweets before the "Wrecking Ball" singer had taken down the tweet. Speculations on whether the print screen of the tweet is truly one posted by Cyrus or if it is just another fake tweet. Cyrus is known to do such things and she has tweeted about things that are rather "controversial" in nature.

Just recently, reports showed that Hemsworth wanted to make amends with Cyrus.

Read article here: "Catching Fire" star Liam Hemsworth is Trying to Get Back with Miley Cyrus- Will Love Prevail? [See Photos]

If the tweet is true what would Liam Hemsworth think about his former fiancé's wish to watch the movie but would rather not because of him starring in it? It was always a fact that Cyrus was a fan of "The Hunger Games".

The star had also tweeted her thanks to her fans for making "Wrecking Ball" the top song on the Billboards 100.

The "Hunger Games" has been breaking box office hits as it was given recognition for being a quality movie that stays true to the book. Aside from that, the chemisty between Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson  in the movie have got people talking about "Catching Fire" non-stop.

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