Miley Cyrus Rush Released A New Song Which Is Definitely About Liam Hemsworth

August 16, 2019 / Posted by:

After Miley Cyrus’ dramatic break up with Liam Hemsworth, her husband of seven months, she seems to have not only rebounded with Kaitlynn Carter, but also turned her moody moods into a deep and inspiring song–Or you know, cashing in! You gotta $$$trike while the break-up iron is hot!

Team Liam and Team Miley have been using the media to slap at each other with her side saying he partied hard and his side saying she cheated. So that was probably a set-up for Miley’s new song Slide Away, which is pretty much a breakdown of the fall of Miley and Liam. It even touches on Liam’s alleged boozing and drugging ways. Example:

“I want my house in the hills / don’t want the whisky and pills / I don’t give up easily but I don’t think I’m down.”

Remember those rumors of how Miley was fighting to make this work? Did she write this song and then start having sources leak information based on the lyrics? Probably. In case you thought this was about just a random couple listen to these lyrics:

“Why don’t you slide away / Back to the ocean / I’ll go back to the city life… Move on, we’re not seventeen / I’m not who I used to be…”

We get it, Miley, he’s from the oceans of Australia and you’re a city girl who met when you were literally 16 and it’s time to move on. But is it? Because multiple sources keep telling People that they aren’t going to file for divorce anytime soon.

“They have a long history together, and that’s a huge part of why she has a hard time letting him go. At the end of the day, she wants to be happy, and she genuinely wants Liam to be happy too.”

Just pointing out tha, “hard time letting him go”, is also a lyric from the song.

While the sources say this break up “is for the best” they keep making it sound like it’s not forever:

“They’re having a break right now because they needed it. It was a bad situation with a lot of disagreements. They both agreed it’s better to spend time apart, but this doesn’t mean their relationship is completely over.”

Miley and Liam have apparently been separated for months, so did she write this a while ago and decided to drop it after they announced their break-up? Or did she rush-write it as “sources” leaked info about Liam supposedly being a drunk? Or was the break-up and shit-slinging all staged to promote this song? Whatever is the truth, I’m sure that a few months from now, she’ll release Sliding Closer To Him (Not A Stunt, I Swear).

Here’s the song:


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