The Internet Is Obsessed With Asking Miley Cyrus "What's Good?"

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The most hotly-debated VMA moment — when Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj had a heated exchange on stage — has become the single moment of the show that the internet just won't let die. Cyrus has moved on to promoting her new, free album, whose release she announced from the stage just as the VMAs closed. However, commenters all over social media aren't quite ready to move on.

Her Instagram comments have been packed with funny jokers simply posting, "What's good, Miley?" in the comments section of her images. It's tedious, but effective at messaging that no one is quite over that uncomfortable moment. Except maybe Miley Cyrus, who has not yet commented on the matter publicly but did find time to explain why she's not interested in Taylor Swift's #squadgoals.
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Photo: Courtesy of @mileycyrus
The fixation doesn't stop on Instagram. Over on Twitter, the hashtag #WhatsGoodMiley has been trending as well. People are attaching it to posts with moments from the VMAs, their thoughts about Miley (good and bad) and, um, completely random thoughts about their cats and their commute (can we say, #random). And then there are the memes, oh the memes! So...what's good, Miley?

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