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A haiku from the article: Ariana Grande Prepares ‘My Everything’

timeshaiku:

A haiku from the article: Ariana Grande Prepares ‘My Everything’

Future generations, if they haven’t already, will one day look back on Miley Cyrus with a fundamental inability to understand why this person was such a source of controversy in our time. There will be a disconnect between their world and ours, and whatever that world is, Miley Cyrus is already living in it. In her first interview after pretending to eat a woman’s ass and then grinding her own into Robin Thicke on national television, she told MTV that America had twisted itself up over nothing. “They’re overthinking it,” she said. “You’re thinking about it more than I thought about it when I did it. Like, I didn’t even think about it ’cause that’s just me.” The reason Miley has rankled so easily is she assumes her provocation is a given, as if she’s never considered another mode of existence simply because there isn’t one. Even dating back to 2007, she was telling us about her best friend Lesley waving away her actions with an “Oh, she’s just being Miley,” and nothing has more perfectly encapsulated this attitude than “We Can’t Stop”. Rarely has rebellion in pop sounded so blithe, with Miley mumbling battle cries in a 4 a.m. drawl over a muted beat that sounds like a chopped and screwed version of itself. Many have read this as melancholy but it’s actually flippancy, a language every future generation has known quite well. —Jordan Sargent

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