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Miley Cyrus’ Sister Brandi Reacts to Singer’s ‘Flowers’ Song Theories Is About Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus’ Sister Brandi Reacts to Singer’s ‘Flowers’ Song Theories Is About Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus’ sister Brandi Cyrus has reacted to fan theories that the singer’s new song Flowers alludes to her ex Liam Hemsworth’s infelicity.

The popstar’s fans are speculating that Miley alludes in the song, dropped on The hunger Games the star’s birthday, that Liam cheated on her with several women, including Jennifer Lawrence.

On the recent episode of his podcast your favorite thing, Brandi acknowledged the fan theories, saying, “Miley’s new song, all the tea…and all the stories the fans are doing on TikTok, it’s so good.”

“The song came out on his birthday – was that on purpose? I do not know. I can’t tell,” she joked about how Miley fans “go hard in the paint” and “continue to create story after story. ”

“It makes Miley look like an absolute genius. And that’s just too good. Like, every day I wake up to a new one,” Brandi added. “The first one was something about this Bruno Mars song. They say, ‘Liam played the Bruno Mars song at their wedding! And it’s a response to the Bruno Mars song. That one is funny.

“Then there was, ‘The costume she’s wearing is the costume Liam wore to the Avengers premiere, where he told her she had to behave. And so it’s a (expletive) you because she’s in the costume. Hilarious,” she continued. “Then the other was, ‘Home is the house Liam used to take people to [to] fool her with it.'”

“The stories are hilarious and expansive, but it’s so awesome. The best PR that can ever happen because it gets people talking about the song on TikTok and it’s everywhere,” Brandi shared. “And it’s been so fun to watch it all unfold. Miley fans, I love you.”

However, when asked by her co-host if the song rumors were true, Brandi replied, “I’m not here to say what’s true and what’s not. Only Miley knows the truth. .”

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