Students at a Michigan university are reportedly protesting up a storm after school officials took away a signature statue on campus because people were reenacting a scene in Miley's new vid.
Grand Valley State University attendees attempted to recreate a scene in Miley's "Wrecking Ball" video on the campus landmark pendulum. In the video, Miley is seen swinging on the wrecking ball basically nude. After students created Vine videos of themselves naked on the pendulum and they appeared online, school officials decided to remove the landmark.
According to Total Frat Move, "After several naked Vines imitating Miley Cyrus, Grand Valley State University has taken down the pendulum structure better known as the GV Wrecking Ball,"
The statue has been a part of the campus for almost 18 years.
Now students are reportedly protesting because "their right to recreate Miley's actions in the nude using a famous campus landmark is being infringed upon."
Since all of this has gone down, #ReinstallTheBall has trended on Twitter. Read more about this story HERE!
Do you blame the university for taking down the campus pendulum? Were the students' rights infringed upon?