Lorde: Ex-Disney Stars Are ‘Mental’ — Dissing Miley Cyrus & Selena Gomez?

Wed, November 6, 2013 3:58pm EDT by 175 Comments
Lorde Disses Miley Cyrus & Selena Gomez
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Eric (Smiler4Life)

Posted at 3:10 AM on March 17, 2014  

Lorde has no right to dis on Miley Cyrus, or anyone for that matter. For starters, she does not know any of them personally so how can she call them mental?. No one is perfect. All they are doing is being true to who they really are. They should not and will not let people like her ruin their lives. You only live once, so enjoy it. I would rather them be famous for them being them, not for being what everyone else wants to see and hear. Do not get me wrong, I love Lorde. She has some nice music. But who is to say she will not do the same “bad” things in the future. They all started out with “good” behavior. It is really to early to say for her. Yes, Miley & Selena may have done bad things in the past. But that’s just it, she said she got to have those experiences already. They started their careers early, not giving them a chance to live.

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Tiffany Davis

Posted at 2:20 PM on March 22, 2014  

“To do exactly the opposite is a form of imitation”. Lorde’s biggest gripe growing up was not being able to ride in the back of the shopping cart at Woolworth’s. If I was Miley Cyrus or Selena Gomez I would say to Lorde “At least I don’t look like I’m a cigarette pack away from becoming the next Amy Winehouse”. Lorde dresses like Elvira, looks like she’s on heroin, and promotes an unhealthy self-image. There is nothing glamorous about poverty. Lorde’s main defense against the criticism of the racial, but not racist pop hit “Royals” has been ” I’m a 16 year old from New Zealand. We don’t know about racism in NZ”. So, it seems we will never know. For now I just want to enjoy the music.

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