Miley Cyrus and Kate Perry shared a kiss, which later on led to a feud between the two. Kate dissed Miley in an interview and in return Miley tweeted a nasty rejoinder.
Some misunderstandings only lead to more misunderstandings. Take the case of the by now infamous Miley Cyrus-Kate Perry smooch. It took place and became the talk of the town. But later on when Kate Perry was questioned in an interview regarding the kissing scene, she dissed Miley.
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According to Kate all she wanted to do was go and give Miley a simple kiss. But the “We Can’t Stop” star moved in for the kill and went deeper and deeper. Finally, Kate had to pull away. She said that she didn’t want Miley’s tongue inside her. God knows where that infamous tongue had been.
At this Miley decided that one good turn deserved another so she took to Twitter and fully expressed herself. Miley went for Kate Perry’s jugular and said that she should look to her ex-boyfriend John Mayer since his tongue had been everywhere.
"Girl if ur worried abt where tongues have been good thing ur ex boo is ur EX BOO cause we ALL know where THAT (tongue) been," tweeted Miley Cyrus. We all know the Don Juan that John Mayer is. He has been dating everyone from Jennifer Love Hewitt to Jennifer Aniston.
Miley furthermore added the comment that Kate must have enjoyed that tongue more than she was willing to admit. "Dontchyouuuu act like you didn't lurvvvvv it," tweeted Miley Cyrus. This of course only added insult to injury and made matters worse.
Kate after all is one tough cookie. She was not the kind to back off from a challenge. She returned with a vengeance and said she was going to give Miley a spanking when they come face to face in the UK. It seems a catfight lies in the future.
Maybe the fault lies neither with Miley nor with Kate. Rather the fault lies in their stars. Did Miley get too serious with the kiss and why did Kate allow her to proceed?
These are questions that’ll haunt interviewers and the press for some time to come. Misunderstandings often start from small communication gaps which later on widen and become chasms. Let’s hope this one is resolvedd amicably in the end.