FINAL UPDATE: Love Magazine issued an official tweet ending the make-believe feud. Read below to see the salacious remarks someone made up about Miley Cyrus.
In the time we've come to call Before Yoncé (B.Y., if you will), Miley Cyrus went on the record and mouthed off on the singer/all-around goddess. And, now that we are living in the After Yoncé (A.Y.) era, her words are heavier than they would've been had Beyoncé not surprised us with a visual sonic feast.
"Beyoncé has been a big inspiration to me but she’s been out for such a long time," the Bangerz singer confessed to Love Magazine. "She’s so talented and I think she’s at the top of the game now but people are always looking for new blood and that’s what I bring to the game now, new blood. I got the total package you know, the curves, the rhythm, and the voice," she continued. And, for modesty's sake, said that she's "just the best."
Somewhere in the distance B's Beyhive is ringing the alarm. Certainly these words couldn't have been said in the wake of Beyoncé's chart blasting album. Well, at least that's what we're hoping. Either way, Cyrus didn't bite her tongue (how could she?) when it came to blasting the relatively quiet presence of pop's Queen B.
"As Beyoncé grows in motherhood and all the crap it does to your body, it will create a vacuum for fresh young faces to rise up and no one else can properly fill that void right now," she continued. Cyrus then went on to tout her own talent, threw in a dash of race, and suddenly the hole she dug is too deep to twerk her way out of. "I’m the only white female singer that could fill that slot right now and do it right, you know? I’m just the total package, you know?" No, we don't know — or, at least, we don't know anymore. We do, however, know what Beyoncé would say if she would ever stoop to responding, though: "Bow down." (Perez Hilton)
UPDATE: Miley Cyrus refuited the quote earlier today. Find out what she has to say on the next page!
Miley has since tweeted her frustration over the quotes. According to her, the entire diss is made up. More updates to come as she "gets to the bottom of this." Or, we can wait until the actual issue is released. Pick your poison.
UPDATE 5:33 P.M.: Love Magazine has released an official statement refuting the made-up comments. Mandi Lennard, spokesperson for Love Magazine's editor Katie Grand said: "None of the quotes featured on Hollywood Life earlier today relate to the upcoming issue of LOVE in any way." How and why someone would makeup beef between two stars is beyond us, but were grateful the situation has been taken care of. As of today, Bey has yet to comment. (Time)