Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Oh No She Di'int: Miley Cyrus Attacks Rebecca Black

By Artistry

It seems Miley Cyrus is feeling a bit threatened. Now reportedly "hyper-focused" on her bleating singing in preparation for an upcoming tour, the artist who brought us timeless classics like "Closet Full of Clothes" and "Hoedown Throwdown" took time out to warn against a disturbing trend: young, talentless girls taking the nation and its pop charts by storm. "It should be harder to be an artist," Cyrus declared. "You shouldn't just be able to put a song on YouTube and go out on tour."

We feel like we've just been slapped in the face by one of our heroes. Whatever, Miley. We'll have you know two things about Rebecca Black: 1) Her "Friday" video is approaching 70 million hits on YouTube. That number has nearly doubled since GTOG's "Friday" podcast. You're welcome, Rebecca; and 2) she is back in the studio working on her next big hit, entitled, not unexpectedly, "LOL." 

"It's not just funny, it's not, ha ha, no nooooo. It's L-O-LLLLL. Textin' on my phone, yeah, got a new phone, gotta make me laugh, gotta make me smile, it's a new phoooonnneee."
 Will we eventually devote an entire podcast to this new single? Yes. I imagine we will.


  1. If Jaden Smith and Miley Cyrus had a child, it's head would be so big that it would have to ask the Giants' trainer for a bigger hat at the start of training camp...

  2. Thanks! It's important that i receive a continual flow of Miley Cyrus updates. Please Mr. Artistry, will you let the kid grow up and give her a break? She's got such a talented daddy.