Miley Cyrus is not a fan of Ed Sheeran right now. In fact, she hasn’t been happy with the singer for over a year, and it’s all down to a certain comment that Ed made last year at an after-party.
You may recall Cyrus calling the British-born star an “*sshole” at this year’s VMAs while also having refused to clap for him when he won his award at the show. But, it has all finally been explained by Ed who takes absolute no offense to Miley’s somewhat rude behavior.
Sheeran tells Howard Stern: “There was a thing that happened around a year ago, which popped again recently, involving Miley Cyrus….What happened was, I went to an after-party at the Grammys, had a bit [to drink], and then ended up at another Grammys after-party and there was a red carpet at this after-party.”
“For some f*cking reason my publicist was like, ‘you should do this red carpet’…and I just had a bit of a rant, which I didn’t really mean. I woke up the next morning and got this anxiety thing again. [I said something] along the lines of, ‘Your voice is amazing, your songs are amazing, just stop twerking.’ I didn’t say it in the nicest way and I genuinely do love her music and think her voice is great…I don’t really know what to do. I’ll find a way to [apologize].”
In other words, Ed made a comment to Miley stating that she needed to stop focusing on the gimmicks, such as her twerking, and focus more on her talent which is her music and her voice — he does add that he likes her music, so that’s something, right? Haha.
It doesn’t seem like Ed had bad intentions at heart but Miley clearly took it that way because twerking has become her “thing” — whatever that may be.