Some parents put in calls to Cyrus’ management and record label, saying the singer went ‘too far’ on her tour, according to TheFIX.
At this point it's expected that a Miley Cyrus show might include a bit of shock value.
But after being subjected to more skin, salacious moves and surprising stunts than they bargained for — some parents are apparently calling for the "Wrecking Ball" singer, 21, to pull the plug on her "Bangerz" tour.
Cyrus's management has reportedly been "flooded" with complaint calls from parents saying the "We Can't Stop" star went too far with the sexual innuendos during her 2-hour-long concert, according to TheFIX. "Her team, including management, record label execs and the entire tour staff including the director, costume department and choreographers — have been called for an emergency meeting as arenas across the U.S. threaten to pull out of the show," a source told the website. The pop star’s tour kicked off on Valentine's Day in Vancouver, and right off the bat Cyrus made clear that bringing mom and dad might have been a bad idea.
She broadcast a "parental advisory," warning explicit content, before going on to ride an oversized hotdog, simulate a sex act on a dancer dressed as Bill Clinton and wear a costume printed with cannabis leaves. Souvenirs from the experience include $40 gold-embellished rolling papers for the pot enthusiast.