I’m not sure which is crazier: the time Miley Cyrus sang to a giant inflatable replica of her deceased pet, or this latest attention-grabbing memorial gesture to her late dog, Floyd. This time, Milez had herself inked with a crudely-sketched tattoo of Floyd, surrounded by the phrase, “With a little help from my Fwends.” Surely she will never come to regret that indelible baby talk misspelling.
Sporting braid extensions and major underboob, Miley posted plenty of photos of her newest body “art.”
Speaking of “fwends”, Miley wasn’t the only one who got the (probably) purposely misspelled Floyd Fwend tattoo. A handful of her most
peer pressure-susceptible faithful friends got the exact same ink. Of a dead pet. That was not their own. These friends don’t even have “she’s just being Miley” to blame on their decisions.
Floyd passed away in April after a rumored coyote attack. Miley’s mom tried to make it better by giving her devastated daughter a new pooch, Moonie, but Miley ultimately returned the replacement pet. After a longer mourning period, Miley eventually adopted another dog, Emu, just last week.
I’m sorry, I didn’t forget to mention that this tattoo was a group endeavor, right? My head is still spinning over this oh-so-Miley act that I’m not thinking straight. Let me repeat again: more than one person chose to get this tattoo.
Don’t get me wrong, darlings, I fully support memorializing the dearly departed. Acceptable outlets for this include scholarships, statues, renamed hospital wings, university buildings or, if you must be showy, a tasteful ad in Sunday Styles. But a group tattoo branding? It’s just adding more tragedy to an already tragic situation.
Dolls, I just don’t even know what else to say about this. What do you think of Miley’s latest antics?