Miley Cyrus Simulates Raunchy Act in London Concert

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By charmaine corne clutton | May 12, 2014 7:13 PM EST

Miley Cyrus surely outdid herself when she posted a photo on her social media account in Instagram, where she put a penis or tried to put a blow up penis in her mouth. The "We Can't Stop" singer was performing at club G-A-Y, a nightclub where she was celebrating her best friend's birthday, Cheyne Thomas.

The event surely was reported by different sites after Miley Cyrus outdid herself by doing something that someone as young as her would surely be in a lot of trouble if caught doing. What does her father, Billy Ray Cyrus think? Fans are not sure of what reaction her famous father would give but the singer had said during her performance at "Heaven" that 'everyone is a little gay,' saying to the crowd:

"everyone's a little bit gay. Some of us just a little bit more than others. You know, it's the truth. Everyone's gay. All it takes is one cocktail."

Cyrus posted another selfie after the photo of her trying to get the blow up into her mouth and captioned the photo posted on her Instagram account saying: "was to drunk to even get a good selfie I had so much fun with you GAY."

See the photo here: Miley Cyrus

People have long gotten over the crazy antics of the singer. She is currently on her "Bangerz" tour and had just performed in London. The singer has toned down and isn't in the news much. Yet, after her little stunt with the huge balloon, it seems that she has managed to land herself in various sites given this has shocked the parents of her young fans.

Do you think what Cyrus posted was alright as a celebrity or was this too overboard? Fans think that it might be but some just love her all the more for that photo of hers. Again, this coule lead to parents wanting to ban Miley's "Bangerz" tour thanks to her recent stunt. The post is still visible on her account and Cyrus seems to think that it was just another night where she was having fun with her friends.

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