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Is Miley Cyrus’ New Song “Muddy Feet” About Liam Hemsworth Cheating On Her? Details here


Fans have been speculating that Miley Cyrus’ new song Muddy Feet is about Liam Hemsworth cheating on her. People have taken to social media to share their theories that Hemsworth was unfaithful towards the singer during their marriage. None of the people involved have commented on these speculations. Here’s everything you need to know.

Miley Cyrus Muddy Feet

Miley Cyrus’ Muddy Feet was dropped from the album Endless Summer Vacation on Friday and fans were quick to assume it had to do with Liam Hemsworth’s alleged infidelity.

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Muddy Feet’s lyrics suggest that the singer can smell the perfume she didn’t buy and now she knows why the other person is closing the curtains. The singer asks the other person to get out of the house.

Muddy Feet’s words are also said to indicate that Liam keeps coming back with his muddy feet and now she has to do something about it.

Fan reaction

Soon, fans began saying that Miley was implying that Liam had cheated on her multiple times throughout their relationship. One user asked if Miley just confirmed that Liam Hemsworth cheated on her multiple times in their home. While another user tweeted that the twelve tracks and demo on Miley’s new album represent Liam cheating on her with twelve different women while using the first as practice.

Although the other section of users was stunned by allegations that Liam Hemsworth cheated on Miley Cyrus with dozens of women. One skeptical user wrote that she will always support Miley, but how are the fans so much that Liam cheated on the singer fourteen times because it’s a set number.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.