Miley Cyrus's new music video for her latest single "We Can't Stop" features a variety of provocative imagery, including the young star "twerking" for the camera, and hip-hop duo the Ying Yang Twins have dedicated a whole new song to her booty-shaking, TMZ reports.
Kaine and D-Roc of the Ying Yang Twins told TMZ that they were inspired to make the track after learning that Cyrus was a fan of them via Twitter. "Our fans have been starving for some authentic twerk music," they told the gossip site. "Seeing that Miley Cyrus wants to show the world she is grown by twerking, we decided to give her a little help."
Cyrus's latest video sparked some controversy among those who felt she was appropriating black culture and using black women as props, while others praised Cyrus for taking on a bold new image and musical style. Some parents and fans have expressed concern other the ex-Disney star creating a song with lyrics referencing drug use ("Everyone in line in the bathroom/Trying to get a line in the bathroom"), and Cyrus was recently voted among the worst celebrity role models in a recent parent's poll.
Nonetheless, the Ying Yang Twins appear to be fans, honoring Cyrus's "twerking" abilities in their new track featuring lyrics such as "Do the Miley Cyrus rock wit it/Wiggle wiggle jiggle jiggle shake that s**t" and "Freaky b****es shakin' ass on the pole/Do the Miley Cyrus b***h and get low."