On Friday, Miley Cyrus released an EP titled She Is Coming featuring six new songs. And from the sounds of it, married life to Aussie heartthrob Liam Hemsworth seems to be going very well.
With the release of her new music, she also released some cheeky new merchandise available on her site. Amongst raunchy t-shirts and sweatshirts, she even released condoms available for purchase. And personally, I love the energy.
Wrapped in black paper with “She is Coming” written in totally millennial approved font, this $20 USD condom certainly offers more bang for your buck. With the purchase of one condom, you receive a digital download to her new EP.
So it’s safe sex and new music all in one little black package.
In fact, all the new merch on her site includes a digital download of her upcoming album. And the condom for sale definitely isn’t the end of the scandalous merch mates. Some prints offer short, simple text that screams a cheeky message, while others reflect a more Playboy-esque aesthetic. One of her new sweatshirts literally says “1-833-SHE-IS-MC Phone Sex Is Safe Sex.”
Miley Cyrus’s Instagram even expresses the female sexual empowerment found in new music and merchandise. She knows some will hate her for being her overly sexual self, but as always Miley can’t stop, won’t stop.
By captioning one of her latest Instagram posts ,”Tell me that I can’t & you better believe that I WILL” – and even using #HannahBanana – it’s obvious she’s sending a loud message to her critics.
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Considering I remember where I was the first time I watched Hannah Montana, I was positively shook by Miley’s throwback hashtag. I absolutely loved Hannah Montana growing up – to the point that I definitely owned two CDs and probably watched every episode.
Needless to say, her Bangerz album and all that followed was very surprising to me. However, I do love that she grew with her fanbase. She didn’t shrink to being comfortable in Mickey Mouse’s chokehold. She is always unapologetically herself.
While her latest EP is only six songs, she managed to get some serious stars to collaborate with her, including Ghostface Killah, Swae Lee, Mike WiLL Made-It, and even RuPaul. So it’s worth a listen or ten.
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