Miley Cyrus, daughter of the famed Billy Ray Cyrus, complained to The Daily Telegraph that being a pop sensation shouldn’t be as easy as getting thousands of people to like your music on YouTube. Miley argues the cost of entry should be much higher.
“It should be harder to be an artist. You shouldn’t just be able to put a song on YouTube and go out on tour,” Cyrus said when asked about singers like Justin Bieber and Rebecca Black, who got their start on the video sharing website.
Miley is right. Fame should only come from hard work and dedication and being born to a famous musician whose name gets you into any door, like the one at the Disney offices which cast her as Hannah Montana, earning her millions of dollars and launching her music career. These Justin Biebers and Rebecca Blacks have it so easy nowadays.
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