She didn’t think this one through. Miley Cyrus caused outcry among her fans who accused her of cyber-bullying for her racy, insensitive Instagram post of Jodie Sweetin on March 4. But does Miley feel badly for her controversial share? Click here to find out!
Oops! Miley Cyrus, 23, put her foot on it when she posted a compromising picture of Fuller House favorite Jodie Sweetin straddling a man during her heady days. The raunchy image, believed to have been taken when the actress was battling substance abuse issues, caused a ruckus online with her fans, but does she feel sorry for the harm she’s caused? Click down to find out!
The answer is, she kinda does! Miley wasn’t trying to upset Jodie in any way, an insider has revealed. Instead, she was just poking fun at Jodie’s innocent character Stephanie Tanner from the iconic sitcom by posting a sexualized message, which is Miley all over!
“Miley didn’t mean to cause any harm with her Jodie Sweetin post, she was just having a bit of fun,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She sexualizes everything, and she wasn’t poking fun at Jodie’s drug use or anything like that. Miley’s actually been watching the new Fuller House, so that’s what made her think of it. She didn’t feel it was inappropriate. She actually felt that Jodie was showing off her sexier side in the pics being normally so wholesome in the show.”
The source goes on to say that Miley didn’t expect such a backlash and wasn’t trying to be nasty to Jodie. “There was no malice behind it, nor does she want to create a feud,” the source continues. “She would never poke fun at someone’s addiction problems or substance abuse.”
It’s not the first time Miley has been accused of cyber-bullying this week. On March 2, Miley posted an Instagram photo of herself crying next to photos of Rebecca Francis and Donald Trump, 69, on March 2. Miley said she was “scared and sad” for our country and the animals Rebecca had killed. The “Wrecking Ball” singer reposted two photos of Rebecca and captioned them, “What the f*ck is wrong with the human race.”
Now, Rebecca says she had to make her account private because she’s been getting death threats because of Miley’s shared post.
HollywoodLifers, did you think Miley’s Instagram post about Jodie was inappropriate and insensitive? Do you think she should delete it? Sound off to us below!