Miley Cyrus is an expressive young woman (see: vagina) who utilized her divorce from one of the Hemsworth brothers (really, who cares which one it was?) to make millions of dollars off the emotional single, "Wrecking Ball."

The song has since become the go-to white girl screaming soundtrack. Many is a time we drive down the roads of Beirut only to spot a gaggle of white girls in a car, Starbucks caramel frappuccinos in hand, screaming “all you ever did was wreck me” – such beautiful imagery right there.

When she’s not licking her microphone or using a chair as her personal dildo, Miley is an influential artist whose lyrics have found their way into the hearts of many, like young Karen Wehbe.


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Karen claims to have recited all the words to “Wrecking Ball” during an argument with her former lover, Karim, and he didn’t even notice. “We were Karen and Karim for a long time, we were together for 16 days, but then he wrecked me,” Karen shared, a single tear trickling down her cheek.

“We were arguing about dinner. I wanted Italian, but he wanted to break up. It was a small fight now that I look back, we probably could have salvaged things. But before I knew it, I was quoting the song; it was flowing out of me uncontrollably.” Much to her dismay, Karim did not pick up on what Karen was laying down. He called her a “psychotic psychopath” and left her standing in front of Margharita, the Gemmayzeh location.

This leads to the age-old question: can we tell our exes whatever we want as long as we do it in song form? Is singing passive-aggressive and psychotic texts the only way to be able to say what we really want? Some questions will forever remain unanswered.

When asked if she had any last words for her ex-lover Karim, Karen looked us right in the eye and said, “I never meant to start a war/I just wanted you to let me in.”

Disclaimer for the un-funny: This was a satirical blog post.

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