Miley Cyrus Makes Cameo in Tiffany Foxx and Lil' Kim's 'Twisted' Music Video
Pop star Miley Cyrus joins female MCs Lil' Kim and Tifanny Foxx for their "Twisted" music video. Cyrus makes a special appearance in the Jonathan Andrade-directed clip perhaps as a favor granted for her new BFF Lil' Kim and the great female rapper's protege, Foxx. The song itself is the latest single off St. Louis rapper Foxx's debut mixtape "Yellow Tape".
Wearing nothing but a simple black top with matching shades, a pair of gold dangling earrings and some gold blings around her neck, Cyrus is seen partying in brief shots while the up-and-coming rapstress Foxx dishes out her single in the four-minute clip. Lil' Kim joins Foxx almost midway into the track to spit out the rhyming gymnastics that have made her into the all-time great lady MC fans have known her for.
Besides the cameo, Cyrus is making the headlines anew as she has signed up under fellow Disney-bred star Britney Spears' manager, Larry Rudolph. The new talent agent-ward relationship was forged on the heels of the 20-year-old singer's split from former manager Jason Morey just last month. Cyrus' mom Tish remains as co-manager.
"Larry has the track record to handle an international pop star like Miley," said a source about Rudolph taking on Cyrus' career. Rudolph, who has worked with Spears since her Mouseketeer days, was responsible for turning her into the global superstar she has become and is expected to do wonders for Cyrus, who is set to release a new album late this year.
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