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When Miley Cyrus retracted her apology for posing Semi N*de on a magazine cover and wrote F*ck You!

Flashback when Miley Cyrus stopped regretting posing Semi N*de on the cover of a magazine (Photo Credit – Instagram)

If there’s one thing we all know about Miley Cyrus, it’s that she’s real, raw, and unapologetic. Her fans love that she is the way she is, but she wasn’t as brazen as she is now.

Miley, who enjoys a huge fan base rose to fame in 2008 with the huge success of the Hannah Montana show. The star inspired many teenagers at the time. Her immense fame brought her an offer to be on the cover of Vanity Fair. At the time, 15-year-old Cyrus was photographed by Annie Leibovitz in nothing but a sheet and it sparked a major controversy. Scroll down to read.

In 2008, Hannah Montana star, Miley Cyrus almost went n*de for the Vanity Fair magazine cover. The actress was photographed by Annie Leibovitz in nothing but a sheet and it turned out to be a major controversy for her. At the time, Cyrus got a lot of backlash for posing semi n*de and she later had to apologize. According to a report from Page Six, the songwriter wrote, “I appreciate all the support from my fans and hope they understand that I am going to make mistakes along the way, I am not perfect. I never intended this to happen, I’m really sorry if I’ve disappointed anyone.” Her apology led many to assume it was due to the pressure to live up to Hannah Montana’s wholesome image.

Ten years later, however, Miley Cyrus retracted her apology. She went to Twitter and reshared the New York post, writing, “I Am Not Sorry.” And she added F*ck you! This time she didn’t even need 280 characters to get her message across.

Miley Cyrus’s fans loved the actor’s change and praised her for retracting her apology. However, in 2008, it was a big deal and her almost n*de photos had upset her fans. Over the years she has evolved as a person and she is loved for her new version.

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