Miley Cyrus’ younger sister Noah Cyrus is a bit of a different generation from her older sister and famous father, Billy Ray Cyrus. The Grammy award nominated singer is a force in her own right, named one of Time’s 30 Most Influential Teens in 2017. Accolades aside, she got flack for using terminology not appropriate to call out conservative Candace Owens.
She broke into music with her debut single “Make Me (Cry)” dropping in December of 2016. The two siblings have even collaborated, with the younger Cyrus sister’s music dealing with her mental health struggles, which she’s discussed publicly. A part of the younger generation, she’s talked about how she also deals with anxiety and panic attacks.
That being said, she’s also very vocal and protective of her friends – which include famous boy bander Harry Styles of One Direction. After Styles covered popular fashion magazine Vogue wearing a woman’s dress this month, the Internet lit up in support and disdain. Candace Owens, popular conservative host, was one of the voices against Styles’ fashion-forward style.
Taking a dig at Owens, Cyrus reposted one of Harry’s cover shots with the text “he wears this dress better than any of u nappy a** heauxz” added.
Owens clapped back at the young star: “Any one of woke liberals care to explain to me how [Noah Cyrus] calling me a “nappy a– h*e” is not racist? I’m all ears. You guys love cancel culture. [Miley Cyrus] come get your sister!”
In the end, Cyrus apologized on her IG stories. See the apology below.