A controversial stage prop? Check! Dissing an old flame? Well, not exactly. Miley Cyrus let it all out while performing at London's G.A.Y. club on Friday, May 9. Before singing her lovelorn ballad "Wrecking Ball" (and taking a break from straddling a large inflatable penis) the singer gave an expletive-filled rant to a cheering crowd about a certain ex.
Warning—offensive language below!
"Every time you get in your car, you're going to hear my f--king song on the f--king radio you piece of s--t," the 21-year-old said. "That's right. And then I'm gonna take all my clothes off, I'm gonna sit on a big, giant d--k—sometimes two—I'm gonna swing around. Then I'm gonna hold the record for the most-watched music video on Vevo."
"You can tell a lot about a person—I think you can tell how big their d--k is by how much confidence they have usually," she continued. "And if I was a dude, I'd probably have a really big d--k 'cause I feel really good about myself now."
"So I'm gonna tell those motherf--kers that broke my heart, particularly one, to suck my fat d--k—and to enjoy hearing this song for the rest of your life," she added. "This song is called 'Wrecking Ball.'"
The rant could have been mistaken for ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth, but Cyrus quickly put those rumors to rest. "Just FYI what I said the other night at G.A.Y had nothing to do with Liam," she tweeted on May 13. "I was just tryin to rile up the boys."
The "We Can't Stop" singer and the Catching Fire hunk, 24, ended their engagement back in September 2013 after dating on-and-off for four years. At the time, an insider told Us "she wants nothing to do with him, and vice versa."
Hemsworth has kept quiet about the split, but Cyrus has been forthcoming about her heartbreak before. Last February, she commented on her engagement to the Australian actor when a fan, Matt Peterson, got on his knees and asked her to his prom.
"I was in this position once before and it didn't work out too well—the last time a guy got on one knee for me," Cyrus quipped during a Phoenix, Ariz. show. "Hopefully this will be better."