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Is Miley Cyrus a culture vulture or a true hip-hop artist?

Miley Cyrus announced her return to hip-hop, and the Internet is perplexed. The pop singer plans to put out new music with hip-hop super producer Mike Will Made-it. In 2017, Cyrus said she would no longer produce hip-hop tracks and downplayed the genre as misogynistic. Some Smilers are excited for her hip-hop comeback, but others are calling her a culture vulture and say she is only returning because her last country/folk album tanked. Are you here for Cyrus' return to hip-hop? 

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In an interview with Rolling Stone, Cyrus said she could no longer listen to hip-hop because of its raunchy lyrics. People are calling her a culture vulture and say she is only getting back into the genre because her 2017 album "Younger Now"—which was comprised of country tracks—didn't sell. Cyrus told Rolling Stone:

 “because it’s not ‘Come sit on my dick, suck on my cock.’ I can’t listen to that anymore. That’s what pushed me out of the hip-hop scene a little. It was too much ‘Lamborghini, got my Rolex, got a girl on my cock’ – I am so not that.”
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Smilers are excited for her new music and say they can't wait for her return.

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And some Smilers say she never technically criticized hip-hop.

FINAL RESULTS
Entertainment
Is Miley Cyrus a culture vulture or a true hip-hop artist?
#MileyRuinsHipHop
A festive crown for the winner
#MileyIsHipHop