Miley Cyrus knows she’ll be dead for saying she was underpaid while doing “Hannah Montana,” but she said it anyway.
In recent interview with Elle, the “We Can’t Stop” singer dissed the Disney show, saying she was the least paid person in the cast because she did not know her right.
“I did not grow up spoiled in any way,” the singer and actress said. “I just wanted to be on TV. I mean, at one point — they’ll probably kill me for saying it — I was probably the least-paid person on my cast because I didn’t know any better. I was just like, ‘I can be on Disney! Yeah, I want to do it!'”
Miley Cyrus, who played Miley Stewart in the hit show, added that she was lucky her parents hired people who protected her rights as a child, Us Magazine said.
“My mom started understanding how many people take advantage of a child, so she hired smart people to protect me in that way,” she told Elle where is also gracing its October issue. “I’m happy that when I was younger, people protected me and put me in a position where I can now control my music.”
Apart from revealing her issue with “Hannah Montana,” Miley might also be dead to Mariah Carey’s fans after shading the “We Belong Together” hit maker.
Liam Hemsworth’s girlfriend said she was not really a fan of Mariah Carey, who, according to Miley, focuses too much on herself.
She then described her music as far from Mimi, saying she likes people to connect with her by sharing her story.
This was possibly caused by her break-up with Liam Hemsworth after three years of being in a relationship.
She has also veered away from attending red carpets and endorsing products she does not believe in.
This year, Miley Cyrus is reviving back her career after she reunited with the “Hungers Games” actor and has a couple of projects in line.
Apart from being a coach in “The Voice,” Miley Cyrus is also starring in Woody Allen’s Amazon Studios series “Crisis in Six Scenes.”