Charlotte Hannah
September 28, 2012

Miley Cyrus Told to Delete Twitter Account by Liam Hemsworth (VIDEO)

A few weeks ago, we told you all about Miley Cyrus’s Social Media Pity Party. For those of you who missed it, it consisted of Miley sending out the following tweets to her millions of followers:

“Ever feel like you want just…. something more. not sure what exactly… passion perhaps?”

“sometimes i feel like i love everyone more than they love me. hatttte that feeling.”

“Thought of the day: maybe it’s not that they love you less, they just love you the most they are capable of loving.”

The popular assumption about the subject of Miley’s woe-is-me Tweets was that there was trouble in paradise between Miley and fiancé Liam Hemsworth. Whether there was trouble or not, there sure was after the Tweets were sent out.

According to The Hollywood Gossip, Liam wasn’t too pleased with Miley’s immature stunt, and demanded that she quit Twitter for good. A source has said that, “[Miley] tried to pass it off like it had nothing to do with him, but it totally affected him, no matter what she tries to say.”

“She was trying to get his attention, but she just ended up making him pull away from her more. He thinks she’s acting like an immature schoolgirl, and he wants her to get off Twitter completely.”

It’s fair that Liam doesn’t want the intimate details of his life with Miley broadcast to millions of people, though asking her to delete her Twitter is a little overdramatic. Maybe they could reach a reasonable compromise, such as parting ways until they’re both mature enough to handle marriage.

This isn’t the first time that Miley’s social media usage has been affected by her now-fiancé. Way back in 2009, when Miley was just sixteen(!), she quit Twitter (and made a big deal about it, of course) because Liam wanted her to.

“FYI Liam doesn’t have a Twitter and he wants ME to delete mine with good reason. It wasn’t because my friend told me to. I stopped living for moments and started living for people.”

Wow, this girl has always been a font of deep, philosophical gems, eh?

Oh, she also rapped about it. Basically the whole reason I wrote this article was so that you could see this funny/sad video. Enjoy: