This morning, following the release of her song Flowers – which received critical acclaim, is also a ‘diss-track’ thought to be about Hemsworth, and was released on his birthday – Cyrus released a new track featuring Aussie singer Sia.
It has fans incensed on Cyrus’ behalf, but whether or not Hemsworth cheated on his ex-wife is not something he or Cyrus have confirmed, denied, or commented on previously.
In Muddy Feet, Cyrus sings: “And you smell like perfume that I didn’t purchase / Now I know why you’ve been closing the curtains / Get the f–k out of my house / I don’t know who the hell you think you’re messin’ with.”
In another part of the song, Cyrus sings: “Always questioning my questioning / Get thе f–k out of my head with that s–t.”
After listening, fans are convinced that the lyrics hint toward Hemsworth, 33, having cheated on Cyrus, 30, though there is nothing to indicate that the lyrics are indeed about the Aussie actor, or, outside of the song, no reported proof that he did cheat on her.
“Did Miley just confirm that Liam cheated on her multiples times at her house on #MuddyFeet omg,” one fan speculated on Twitter.
“Liam should be terrified of muddy feet miley was PISSEDDD,” said another.
“Oh Liam Hemsworth you will crumble for your sins, Miley went into muddy feet mad mad! CALL HIM OUT MOTHER. Miley Cyrus Muddy Feet instant classic,” another declared.
“Liam thought flowers would be the end of him but wait till he hears muddy feet,” one fan wrote.
Flowers, meanwhile, is thought to be about Hemsworth and Cyrus’ doomed relationship, making reference to several documented aspects of their relationship.
The song was not only released on January 13, Hemsworth’s birthday, but also makes reference to their Malibu home that they built together, which burnt down in the 2018 wildfires.
The Hannah Montana star also referred to Hemsworth’s sudden act of filing for divorce in 2019, days after Cyrus has announced their separation after less than a year of marriage.
“I didn’t want to leave you / I didn’t wanna lie / Started to cry,” she sang about the ordeal.
Flowers was a massive hit, breaking many records, including becoming the most-streamed song in a week on Spotify during both its first and second week.
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