Noah Cyrus' 'Smack That' Controversy
By PopEater Staff Posted Dec 16th 2009 08:41AM
Noah Cyrus, is the center of attention now that a video of the nine-year-old suggestively singing and dancing to Akon's sexual 'Smack That' -- as sister Miley and a circle of others watch and cheer her on -- has hit the Internet.
In the video, Noah is seen standing in the center of a large circle of people, and after rallying the attention of them all, she begins performing the song that details smacking the behind of a dancing partner on the dance floor. Not one to skimp on showmanship, Noah gets literal, and begins spanking herself at one point -- with the encouragement of big sis Miley.
There's not much room for misinterpretation of the song's lyrics, as the chorus rings: "Smack that, all on the floor / Smack that, give me some more / Smack that, til you get sore / Smack that."
Gawker.com was certainly floored by the video, making a post detailing how the video is "disturbing on seven different levels," thanks to the fact that they saw Noah as she "'smacks' her buttocks, thrusts her hips, and shimmies her shoulders."
"Is it even possible to save this child from the farcically oversexed wilderness of... Disney? Hollywood? America at large?" asks Gawker writer Azaria Jagger.
This is the second time in recent months that Noah has landed herself in some controversy. Most recently, her Halloween costume drew red flags thanks to her thigh-high boots and mini-skirt with heavy facial make-up.
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