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Noah Cyrus teams up with XXXTentacion on new song again.

It's a risky move for Cyrus to include the controversial Florida rapper, who was recently charged with allegations of domestic abuse.


Emily Treadgold


You just made the worst mistake, Cyrus croons at the beginning of her new song Again, and thats exactly what she did.

Its no secret that XXXTentacion has been the subject of A LOT of controversy. Details have merged regarding his alleged abuse of a pregnant woman. Hes been charged with aggravated battery, domestic battery by strangulation, witness tampering, just to start. If convicted he will face a lengthy prison sentence, but thats never stopped any other musician from still having a successful career.

It's a risky move for Cyrus to include the controversial Florida rapper, who was recently charged with allegations of domestic abuse. Earlier this month, Pitchfork released a scathing 142-page transcript of the reported victims testimony, ramping up the public uproar against the rapper even further.

So one would think it would be career suicide to team up with XXX right now. Even more of a mistake for a woman, a young woman to team up with the controversial artist. Alas, this didnt stop Noah Cyrus from dropping her song Again this week. People were outraged that Cyrus put out a song with someone accused of horrific violence against his ex girlfriend and then threatened and mocked people who were critical of this violence. Cyrus is still a baby in her career path. Shes still a shadow of her sisters career and if she wanted controversy she got it, but what kind of team thought this was a good idea?

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