Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray not speaking? Furious over comments? Sounds like not everything is just fine between Miley Cyrus and her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, especially since he made some pretty harsh comments in an interview with ‘GQ.’

It is being reported that Miley and Billy Ray haven’t been speaking for some time and the interview has only made the situation worse, states PopEater. Miley reportedly cannot believe that he would attack the ‘Hannah Montana’ show when he went years without saying a thing about it as it made millions for them.

Miley allegedly has no plans to get in touch with her father and feels that if he wants to talk to her, he can take the first step and reach out.

What do you think about this relationship?

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  • February 17, 2011 | Permalink |

    i loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee u miley cyrus what ever u do i love u so much im from libye

  • February 17, 2011 | Permalink |

    Every one is down on Billy Ray , as they should be, But what abour the one who is most responsiable for Miley. Her MANAGER! who is and always has been TISH CYRUS! Why is no one saying anything about her? She is the one who is most responsialbe. When is the media going to adress her part in all things Miley.

  • February 17, 2011 | Permalink |

    Hey Miley,don’t be to proud. One day he won’t be around. Make up with your Dad

  • February 17, 2011 | Permalink |

    dont worry miley !! thingz like dis happen sumtym jst be strong <3

  • February 17, 2011 | Permalink |

    I agree David about making up. Miley what if Heaven forbid that your dad drops dead tomorrow how are you really going to feel.
    Maybe he did say things that you thought wasn’t true or didn’t like he still your father talking is the only way to clear the air.
    Although I don’t believe that Miley’s little infraction in life make her a totally evil person she is young and will make many more mistake in life just as everyone else on this blog will, no ones perfect.

  • February 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    God miley is a dam good girl she said she wants to go to Indonesia to help dig wells for people in need even. though some of the things shes done were a bit suggestive think about every teen has done stupid stuff before but no teen is as sweet as her shes a dam good girl!!

  • February 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    Remember, you may choose your sin, but you cannot chose the consequences. love Miley cyrus so much..i think she is admirable person ever..but idk wat happened? :/

  • February 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    to be honest its a shame that they r not talking, but didnt miley see this happening? i have nothing against her i think she is great and a gd person , but the way she has been behaving ! i understand she is 18 now she is legal to do what she wants but cool it down a bit miley x its all getting a bit to much now x yeah you can do what u like but also think of how your parents feel, i know you cant always be their little girl because your not a little girl but plz think xxxxxxx

  • February 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    does it seem likely ?? I mean its just like a movie you were in, The Last Song.

  • February 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    I think Miley and her dad will ultimately reconcile at some point, if it hasn’t happened already. I can see how her father’s interview may have upset Miley, but of all the venues that were open to him, he chose the one that was the most passive. Mr. Cyrus could have done a television interview or made an online video, but he chose a print magazine, which, if not for the online version, would reach a large audience but not get replayed over and over the way a video clip can. He needed an outlet for his frustration, and I can’t blame him for that. I can and have forgiven Miley for all the “mini-scandals” over the years, which can always be attributed to the inexperience of youth. But I know Miley always knew better, and although she has never faced major scandals like another troubled young celebrity, she shouldn’t have let her dad cover her even if her handlers advised it. That’s why I can’t blame Mr. Cyrus for being disappointed in her and for being worried and even scared for her. I’m worried for Miley as her friend, so I can only imagine what her father is feeling. In the interview, he expressed his concerns and was fairly diplomatic about not being that specific in “pointing fingers.” He didn’t outright blame anyone for what has been happening when he probably could have. The “mini-scandals” have not been monstrous in size and scope, but they were sometimes “cringe-worthy.” I would cringe when something embarrassing broke out about Miley. I know she’s not perfect; nobody is, and I certainly can’t claim to be perfect. But just because we aren’t perfect, doesn’t mean we can’t try to improve, try to fix things in our lives. I know Miley knows that family should come first. While the trappings of celebrity and the freedoms of an adult lifestyle have their charms, they shouldn’t be more important than our personal relationships with family and friends. All of the “mini-scandals” were in some way initiated through an orchestrated effort to advance her career and prolong it. I’m sure there’s this worry in the back of someone’s mind that Miley’s career as an entertainer won’t last. Even if she never records another song or stars in another movie, Miley already has a wonderful legacy that is worth maintaining: to an entire generation of children she will always be Hannah Montana, the fictional popstar who will never fall victim to the darker, seedier side of showbiz. Perhaps that is just a fantasy, but wouldn’t it be nice for once to know that a celebrity entertainer has a career that is spared that downward spiral and is filled with triumphs and a little less personal tragedy? In the end, I have faith in Miley that she will work things out with her dad. As someone who cares deeply about both of them, I feel that Miley is definitely not that far gone and that Mr. Cyrus is definitely worthy of her love and respect. Miley should see that it is possible to still be both a loving daughter and an entertainer. And even if she never went on stage again, I will always hold her in the highest regard. She helped me through a difficult time in my life, and for that I will always be grateful. I never stopped loving you, Miley Ray. My thoughts and prayers go out to you, your dad, and your family. –Terrence Wayne

  • February 20, 2011 | Permalink |

    olha eu vou amar a miley do jeito que ela é

  • February 21, 2011 | Permalink |

    I think Billy Ray has a right to be mad with miley. If my daughter was out makin bad tapes,drinking, and giving grown men lapdances i would be upset to. Billy Ray is not the bad guy in this problem, the bad guy is miley’s way beyond her years attitude.
    Note to Billy Ray: i congratulate u on keepin ur emotions about hannah montana bottled up 4 so long. It will get better!!!! i promise

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  • February 23, 2011 | Permalink |

    hey miley should get her act up becuse all these kids are looking up to her. she have to remeber that she is an adult now. and about her not speaking to her dad she should take the first step of being the bigger person and sit her dad down and talk everything out……

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