Miley Cyrus has been busy keeping her fans wildly entertained.
The “Plastic Hearts” singer was recently spotted out in Malibu sporting an iconic and beautiful no-makeup look. She’s dressed in an all-white outfit with a coffee in hand.
Fans of the singer could recently catch her on stage at Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois during Lollapalooza. There were over 100,000 people in attendance for the popular four-day music festival.
She put on a killer set as fans reveled in the ability to attend a festival once again. She was one of the biggest names at the festival. Her two-hour-long set featured guests like Billy Idol, The Kid LAROI, and Wiz Khalifa.
“Just know there’s light at the end of the tunnel, and Lollapalooza is that light,” Miley Cyrus told the crowd, according to Billboard.
Miley Cyrus Activism and Comments on Cancel Culture
Miley Cyrus also keeps busy as an activist for women’s rights as well as the LGBTQ community. She has made herself one of the fiercest LGBTQ icons in the entire world. Cyrus identifies as pansexual.
According to E! Online, during Pride month she performed a special on Peacock called “Miley Cyrus Presents Stand by You,” which included guests Cher, Madonna, The Pretenders, George Michael, ABBA, and others. She also is the founder of the Happy Hippy Foundation, which has been around since 2014. This nonprofit encourages people to fight injustices that are currently facing homeless youth and LGBTQ youth.
The singer even donated $500,000 to The Foundation for AIDS Research. Clearly, LGBTQ rights are incredibly important and close to home for Cyrus. She also showcased this on Instagram recently after rapper DaBaby made homophobic comments about HIV, AIDS, and the LGBTQ community during a performance at Rolling Loud.
Cyrus posted a statement on her Instagram account and told her fans that she had privately messaged the rapper. “@DaBaby check your DMS – would love to talk and see how we can learn from each other and help be part of making a more just and understanding future!” Cyrus wrote.
Miley Cyrus also posted a heartfelt message on Instagram which said, “It’s easier to cancel someone than to find forgiveness and compassion in ourselves or take the time to change hearts and minds. There’s no more room for division if we want to keep seeing progress! Knowledge is power!”
Several celebrities were quick to agree with Cyrus and her call for peace, knowledge, and learning moments. However, others said that it was too late for the rapper. He has made several problematic comments in the past.
“Sis I love you but this one war I don’t think worth fighting anymore. It’s been canceled girl,” Trinity K. Bonet from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” commented.
It’s unclear if DaBaby and Miley Cyrus had a conversation after the extended olive branch, but it certainly sent a message.