Miley Cyrus Takes Back Her Apology For ‘Vanity Fair’ Photo Shoot
Cyrus shared a photo of a New York Post cover that had a photo of her then 15 year of self posing with her back showing while her front was covered with a blanket. The headline of the paper read “Miley’s Shame” with a subheadline “TV’s ‘Hannah’ apologizes for near nude pic.”
The photo was taken by Annie Leibovitz for a Vanity Fair article, but there was a media uproar about the appearance of Cyrus. At that time, Cyrus issued a statement to “save” her innocent Disney image. “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. I never intended for any of this to happen and I apologize to my fans who I care so deeply about.” A spokesperson for Disney at the time said the photographer “deliberately manipulate a 15-year-old girl in order to sell magazines.”
Now, 10 years later, Cyrus took back her apology over the weekend after posting childhood photos of herself. “IM NOT SORRY F–k you #10yearsago ” was her caption for the tweet.
IM NOT SORRY
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) April 29, 2018
Many of her fan replied to her tweet with support.
I FUCKING LOVE YOU FOR THIS
— 🌙 (@iwoulddieformc) April 29, 2018
— Cleputomaníaco (@roronoakurosaki) April 29, 2018
I loved you then and I love you now and forever
— Naza♡ (@MCyrusCupcake) April 29, 2018
I‘m proud of you whatever you do or Not ♥️ pic.twitter.com/JUoBl47hUq
— Sm¡ler (@Smiler4evverrrr) April 29, 2018