Miley Cyrus ain't worried about nothin'.
Hannah Montana and French Montana joined forces to create a remix of the rapper's hit "Ain't Worried About Nothin.'" And on Monday, Miley posted a preview on Facebook of the catchy NSFW track—but some people thought it was inappropriate for her to be in a song where French Montana freely drops the N-word.
The "We Can't Stop" singer certainly uses some R-rated language in the remix, but she never once uses the offensive racial slur. French Montana, on the other hand, repeats his "N--ga, I ain't worried about nothing'" hook a lot as Miley dances alongside him. Almost immediately, the 20-year-old singer got some serious shade thrown her way.
But Miley girl didn't listen to the haters, though. "i know what color my skin is," she tweeted. "you can stop with the friendly reminders bitch." She also tweeted a graphic with a lyric from her hit single that read, "It's my mouth I can say what I want to."
Truth. And to quote another lyric from the great M.C.: "Remember only God can judge ya!"