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Trace Cyrus Uses Mac Miller Lyrics to Out Miley’s Cutting Habits

Trace congratulates Miley's engagement by revealing that she cuts herself

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: June 13th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Trace Cyrus Uses Mac Miller Lyrics to Out Miley’s Cutting Habits

Last week, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth announced their engagement after 3 years of dating. Both of her parents seemed ecstatic with the news, but her brother seemed to have a somewhat different reaction.

On June 6th, the day the engagement story broke, Trace took to Twitter to post the lyrics to a Mac Miller song.

“Sending my love for girls who got some cuts at their wrists. Hope you find what you’re looking for. I hope u find what you’re looking for,” Miley’s brother posted.

Perhaps this is his deranged way of congratulating her for finding happiness after some dark times?

For several years, rumors have spread about Miley’s affinity for cutting, but why would her brother choose to bring attention back to this issue on the day of her engagement?

An insider informed Hollywood Life that Miley is “frustrated” by the “unneeded focus” the tweet places of the cutting rumors, but points out that “if he removes it, then it will focus even more attention on it.”

Maybe Trace is just bitter that Miley has found happiness the same week his engagement to Brenda Song was called off?

Either way, Mac Miller is most likely thrilled that his lyrics have caused such a stir and gained so much attention.

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