'Wrecking Ball' singer appears to delight in seeing two teenage girls scrapping in Detroit
Miley Cyrus filmed two fans fighting at gig during her ‘Bangerz’ tour in Detroit over the weekend.
In one video, two teenage girls are seen grabbing at each other while Cyrus pulls out her camera phone to record it.
In a second video, the controversial singer tapes one of the pair and then turns the camera on herself to exclaim with a degree of glee, “Catfight!”. You can watch both clips below.
The incident comes just weeks after Cyrus spat water over a group of fans during a ‘Bangerz’ tour gig in Tampa, Florida.
The tour recently came under fire for its sexually suggestive dance routines, one of which sees her simulate oral sex on a lookalike of former US President Bill Clinton, her use of black dancers and the adoption of twerking, which prompted complaints levelled at the singer.
She was also accused of exploiting dwarves for having a number among her backing dancers.
Cyrus denied the claims, arguing: “It’s really funny how serious people take it. And they’re like, ‘You’re racist’. And I’m like, ‘Really?’ We’re like a bunch of kids dancing around in, like, bears, but we don’t do choreography. They’re just like dancing, doing these cute moves and they’re awesome dancers like just on their own. It’s not me telling them how to be. We’re making them feel sexual and beautiful.”