Miley Cyrus

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Miley Cyrus may love to express herself in 140 characters or less, but according to the social media star, you won't find her engaging in a Twitter rant.

"I hate twitter rants," the "We Can't Stop" singer posted Friday morning. "That's what Facebook is for."

She added: "There's a reason for the 140 character limit."

No word yet what prompted Miley's tweet, but the comment is a bit surprising, considering the pop star has previously taken part in what appeared to be a Twitter rant.

Back in February, the performer blasted Perez Hilton on the social media site, firing off a series of heated tweets (eight, to be exact) after a report appeared on the blogger's webpage which insinuated that Cyrus (who's currently engaged to Liam Hemsworth) was up to no good with former Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick.

But hey, that was seven months ago, girl's allowed to change her tune.

Miles also took to Twitter this morning to share a pic with one of her twerking teddy bears from her VMA performance, who is apparently traveling with the singer and has even been fitted with designer duds, sporting a Dolce & Gabbana bow tie (lucky bear!).

"PJ with @BooTheBear," she captioned the shot where she's giving Boo a sweet smooch.

Miley Cyrus


(Side note: Boo has his own Twitter account with over 2,000 followers and his bio reads "can't stop, won't stop," natch.)

Yesterday, Miley unveiled a sexy promo pic for her upcoming single "Wrecking Ball," which features the singer wearing a tiny white crop top and matching panties while seductively striking a pose atop a large wrecking ball.

"#WreckingBall #comingMonday #VEVO" the 20-year-old star captioned the superhot shot.

While we eagerly await Miley's upcoming video (which, if it's anything like "We Can't Stop," then it's bound to blow your mind), the world is still buzzing over the erstwhile Disney star's controversial VMA performance.

The 20-year-old singer broke her silence on the raunchy routine days after and defended her duet with Robin Thicke in an interview with MTV.

"Me and Robin, the whole time said, 'You know we're about to make history right now,'" Cyrus recalled. "What's amazing is I think now, we're three days later, and people are still talking about it."

Girl has a point. Can't wait to see the next surprise the sassy star has up her sleeve!

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