Ed Sheeran Says Miley Cyrus is "Packaged The Wrong Way," Twerking is Bad For Young People

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Did Ed Sheeran diss Miley Cyrus? Well, it depends on how you take him! In a recent interview with the Mirror, the Brit talked about Miley's new, controversial image and music too. Click here to find out what he said about her and twerking!




















Did Ed Sheeran diss Miley Cyrus?

Well, it depends on how you take him! In a recent interview with the Mirror, the Brit talked about Miley's new, controversial image and music too.

"I think she's got an amazing voice. I just think she's packaged the wrong way," Ed said about the "We Can't Stop" singer.

"When I first heard "Wrecking Ball", I thought it was a brilliant song, but the video distracts too much from it," he continued.

While he's digging her voice, he isn't a big fan of Miley's raunchy dance moves either and thinks twerking a bad thing to teach young people.

"I think encouraging young people to twerk might be a bad thing," he said, politely. "It's a stripper's move. If I had a daughter of nine, I wouldn't want her twerking," he explained.

Twerking is a little too much at times and is like singing, it's not something EVERYONE should do! We also agree with what Ed had to say about Miss Cyrus. So many people are annoyed with her ways these days that they're even refusing to write about her on the Internet! We miss the cute, innocent Miley and think her new image takes over her talent (and not in a good way!).

What do you think about what Ed had to say about her? Agree or disagree?

Click here to listen to Miley's new song with Britney Spears!

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