Miley Cyrus has responded once again to the photo that some have said was racially offensive.
This time Smiley was signing autographs in Nashville after a recent show and there was a visiting group from Japan, mostly teens and their mother escorts on a visit to the United States and they had particularly wanted to see the Cyrus show.
The controversy first began when a photo surfaced online early this year showing Miley with a group of friends slanting their eyes and squinting at the camera. The Queen Teen initially called the photo uproar "something out of nothing," and said she was "simply making a goofy face."
However, Saturday night one of the young Japanese teens asked her again about the photo.
So, Miley addressed the controversial photo goof again, this time saying "sorry."...only it came out as "solly".
She later told her agent that she was trying so hard to set things right that everything went wrong and she finally ran from the group in tears.
According to witnesses, Miley tried to tell the Japanese teens that she didn't mean that they looked Goofy. That she knew Goofy personally at Disney and that there is actually a girl inside the costume. She also stated that the lady doesn't show she's a girl because she, like some girls and women, has very small breasts.
Not that THEY had small breasts or anything!
"By then, she had both of her feet firmly planted in her mouth and she started apologizing to Goofy about the small breast statement and the teens thought THEY were supposed to apologize for being Goofy."
"That's when she just stamped her foot hard, which just happened to come down on one of the older escort's foot, so they both ran off crying in two different directions."