Billy Ray Cyrus has a rap-response to his daughter's "goodbye Twitter" rap — as imagined by Jimmy Fallon, that is.
Two days after Miley Cyrus, 16, posted a YouTube video about quitting the social networking site, Fallon, 35, dressed up as her country star dad for his own video response.
Wearing a wig and backed by four male dancers in flannel, jeans and trucker hats, the Late Night host raps, "As long as my heart's beatin', I'm gonna be Tweetin'!"
The real Billy Ray, 48, lamented his daughter's decision to quit microblogging in an Oct. 9 Tweet: "Miley. You are light in a world of darkness. You were born 'Destiny Hope Cyrus' for a reason.You can't leave everyone now. We r countin on u."
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In the first video, Cyrus explained her decision to quit Twitter: "I stopped living for moments and started living for people … I want my private life private. I'm living for me."