Miley Cyrus is no stranger for controversy. This time she managed to spark Twitter outrage when she performed on stage wearing what appears to be a real fur coat. The Twitter outrage was not the first time for Cyrus but this time she faced a backlash when she decided to wear a bulky coat during her appearance at Miami's Jingle Ball Friday, Dec. 20.
It didn't take long since her "Jingle Bell" performance that people started airing their concern through Twitter on the singer's furry outfit. Twitter user @NatashaSchell wrote, "Miley Cyrus shame on you for wearing fur you don't now what animals go through for that coat might as well wear dogs."
Another user twitted by the name of @littleskye123 wrote, "Miley Cyrus wears real fur! She may as well just go back to being half naked."
While @ChelseaCrouton added: "Only thing more repulsive than @MileyCyrus is Miley Cyrus in fur. Her poor dogs, bet she'll skin them next to make a pair of booty shorts."
Another highlight of the show was when she whipped a pink bra with words "Dopey Miley" over her head. She even tweeted before her performance saying: "I'm sad this is my last night to #jingleball Soooooo I'm putting on my outfit right now & not taking it off #sluttysanta'."
After causing much controversy when she performed at the VMA, Cyrus made headlines when she performed at the Miami Jingle Ball and posted pictures of the after-party at the LIV nightclub. The racy pictures would surely annoy her feminist critics as she flirted with a troop of female reindeer dancers and a buxom woman in a Santa outfit.
The controversial singer also posted a picture with a female dancer with a caption: "Draggin mama to the clurrrrrrrb' #sexysexy #hoehoehoe'." She also managed to post a message saying: "Live ya liffffeee."
It seemed the twerking queen was being true to her naught self as she twerked with her small backup dancer sporting a cone shaped bra. The "Wrecking ball" singer was wearing her short blond locks tied like miniature princess Leia buns and wore a flannel shirt tied around her waist.
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