A Baker Has Accused Miley Cyrus of Ripping Off Her Cake Design

June 5, 2019 / Posted by:

Apparently it’s Messy Cake Feuds Week. Except unlike yesterday’s cake battle, in which a woman got pissed at Walmart not getting anywhere near the cake she wanted, this feud is about Miley Cyrus getting exactly the cake she wanted. Problem is, she allegedly didn’t ask first before she stole the design from the baker, and now that baker is pissed.

Miley has a new EP out, She Is Coming, and to promote it, she released a bunch of pictures of herself finger-banging various fruits and deep-throating bananas on social media.


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Tell me that I can’t & you better believe that I WILL! ? ? ?? #SHECAME #SHEISCOMINGOUTnow

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She carried the food theme over into a promotion for a collaboration with Marc Jacobs and her Happy Hippie Foundation in support of Planned Parenthood. Yesterday she posted a picture of herself licking a cake that reads “ABORTION IS HEALTHCARE.” Delish says that Miley was quickly confronted online by a baker named Becca Rea-Holloway, aka The Sweet Feminist. Becca posted Miley’s picture, then compared it to her own, which she posted online on May 15th.

Becca argues that Miley’s cake has the exact same message, concept, and handwriting, and that no credit was given to her. After Becca dragged Miley’s name through the buttercream, Miley jumped into the comments section to attempt to set the record straight. Miley didn’t plagiarize Becca, she was just inspired by Becca. Oh, and she also wanted Becca to grab a spatula and scrape that mean comment off her original post.

“Hi, we saw the image online and didn’t realize it was yours. We will absolutely tag you for your work. This image is not on the Marc Jacobs x Planned Parenthood hoodie we made to raise money and awareness for Planned Parenthood which I know is also close to your heart. It is just on the post and not on the merchandise but we will absolutely tag you and give you the credit for your art. If you could please correct your post, as we’re going to make sure you have all the credit you deserve…thanks for sharing your art and inspiring us.”

It’s true, the picture that appears on the Miley Cyrus x Marc Jacobs hoodie is one of a topless Miley with peeled grapefruits over her chest.


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Miley has since tagged Becca on the picture in question. But Becca clearly wasn’t having any of Hannah Montana’s excuses or damage control, and she replied:

“This was not an oversight, it was blatantly and willfully neglectful and deceitful. I would have been more than happy to work with you on a collaboration for this project, but instead my work was just copied without compensation. This is not ‘inspiration,’ it’s theft.”

Miley didn’t reply to that one, but apparently her fans did. Becca posted several comments and emails she received (in response to calling out Miley) on her Instagram stories. And Miley might want to puff-puff-pass something mellow to her fans, because they went after Becca.

If Becca wants someone to someone about Miley-hate, she might want to slide into the DMs of visual artist Stephanie Sarley, who has recently accused Miley of ripping off all that fruit fingering imagery.

I don’t think it’s possible to copyright a cake, but technically it is pretty much the same cake. Although if I were Becca, I’d probably be happy with this outcome. I mean, Miley admitted that Becca had nothing to do with her cake, and that will only serve Becca in the future when someone comes to pick up a cake and awkwardly asks, “Yeah, so…Miley’s tongue wasn’t anywhere near this, was it?

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