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Miley Cyrus is not a good influence on people nor is she a good role model for kids and young adults Her lack of concern for her actions causes her to constantly be put in the spot light when it comes to her doing something wrong A homemade video also surfaced on the internet showing then 15-year-old Cyrus romping around and mugging for the camera in her underwear along with some of her friends Mitchell This quote shows that Miley does not think about her actions before she does them and isnt realizing what the consequences of her actions could be She may be a young adult but that doesnt mean she shouldnt be taking responsibility for her actions Not only that but she should have been thinking about what could happen with this video or who could see it before she went off and romped around in her underwear Rather than look up to Miley Cyrus Justin Bieber would be a much better role model to follow He donated thousands of dollars to an underprivileged school to help build their school and be able to give their kids the best education they can get with the little money they have Kids that are around the age of 9 or 10 years old are persistently on the internet looking on popular websites such as YouTube to watch videos of their favorite Teen Pop Sensation But when they come across videos like this one it not only sets a bad example but causes them to think badly upon the person in the videoKids that are between the ages of 9 and 13 years old look up to Miley as a role model and because they look up to her so much they imitate the things that she does To kids who watch her show she is the ideal person to them but when she acts out shes setting the example to children that it is okay
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