Miley Cyrus responds to rumours surrounding her hospitalisation

The controversial singer had an allergic reaction to an antibiotic

Miley Cyrus responds to rumours surrounding her hospitalisation

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Miley Cyrus has reacted to rumours surrounding her recent hospitalisation, reports Gigwise.

The singer has been forced to cancel four dates on her current Bangerz tour of the US so far after suffering an extreme allergic reaction to an antibiotic prescribed for a sinus infection.

Despite an official statement being issued explaining the reasons behind the cancellations, rumours have been spreading about the controversial star's illness, citing drugs and too much partying as the real reasons for her ill health. Cyrus has now hit back at those accusations, tweeting: "Shut the fuck up & let me heal. Stop scaring my family, friends & fans".

It is currently unclear whether Cyrus will have recovered in time to perform the UK leg of the Bangerz tour. If better, she will play:

London O2 Arena (May 6)
Leeds First Direct Arena (10)
Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena (12)
Manchester Phones 4U Arena (14)
Birmingham NIA (16)
Belfast Odyssey Arena (19)

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