Miley Cyrus Pregnant With Juicy J's Child!
By Staff Writer | September 30, 2013 01:23 PM EDT
Miley Cyrus is pregnant according to herself. Billy Cyrus' daughter allegedly made the announcement during the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta last 29th of September, Sunday. Miley Cyrus claims that the father fo the child is no other than rapper Juicy J! Truth be told the tension of shock was felt althrough out the entire audience.
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Juicy J, 38, was quoted saying, "I assure you she's been doing a lot more than twerking," according to CreamBMP.com. After the statement from the rapper, Miley was heard saying, "No, I'm really pregnant!."
Further more as reported by Hollywood Life, Billy Ray Cyrus responded "really broke my achy breaky heart," quoting the famous line from his own hit song.
No hint whatsoever were given by either parties prior the event. It truly was a shocker! The BET Hip Hop Awards will have a delayed telecast this coming 15th of October.
Reports earlier stated that Miley Cyrus allegedly tried to 'hang-on' to ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth, by claiming she was pregnant. According to OK! Magazine their source a close friend of Miley Cyrus said, "Liam begged her not to go public yet." It turned out to be a false alarm.
One thing is for sure though - this time around the announcement was indeed no joke. Or at least we are all still waiting for them to admit IT ACTUALLY WAS ONE!
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