Sinead O’Connor Blasts Miley Cyrus in Second Open Letter: ‘You Are Such An Anti-Female Tool’
What started as ’90s agit-prop provocateur Sinead O’Connor offering current pop culture sensation Miley Cyrus some rather stern career advice has exploded into an all-out war of words between the two artists.
After O’Connor’s original open letter to Cyrus went viral, Cyrus flippantly replied by posting a screengrab of desperate Tweets O’Connor sent out in the past asking for mental help and prescription medication, comparing her to actress Amanda Bynes, currently in rehab after a series of bizarre public meltdowns.
Cyrus also tweeted out a photo of O’Connor’s notorious Saturday Night Live appearance in 1992 when she famously ripped up a picture of the Pope while spitting out the words, “fight the real enemy.”
Sinead O’Connor did not take kindly to the Twitter replies, and posted a second open letter to Miley Cyrus via her Facebook page, where she lambasted the young pop singer, demanding that the offending Tweets be taken down or prepare to face legal action.
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