‘You shut up!'; ‘No YOU shut up!’

And that’s about the gist of it when it comes to the current feud between Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus, on behalf of Taylor Swift. The recent breakup of Joe Jonas and Taylor Swift was widely talked about, especially considering the fact that they are mere teenagers and all fairly new to the Hollywood scene. (I don’t care what people say about Cyrus growing up in Hollywood, she’s new to life let alone relationships!) The story goes that Swift wrote a song about her recent and heartwrenching breakup with Joe Jonas and Gomez, who is also dating Joe’s brother, Nick Jonas, made a public and catty remark about it. And Miley is proving that hell hath no fury like a teenage girl, as she has made it very clear that she is ready to defend Swift to the death. From Pop Crunch,

“In Taylor’s new song “Always & Forever,” the 18-year-old Billboard hitmaker dishes on the abrupt end of her short-lived romance with pop star Joe Jonas.

Selena, who is reportedly dating Joe’s kid brother Nick, later remarked that “if a boy hurts me, I don’t write a song about it.”

“When Miley heard Selena was attacking one of her closest friends, she bombarded her with nasty text messages and e-mails,” a gabby chatterbox says in this week’s edition of The National Enquirer.

“Miley reminded Selena that what comes around goes around-and declared it will only be a matter of time before she joins the ranks of girls who have been dumped by a Jonas brother!”

“‘And when that happens,’” Miley wrote in one e-mail, “‘me and Taylor will right there to offer you a Kleenex while we sing a song about your broken heart!’”

Ya know, I don’t really care about this story or these people but I do think these young teens have a lot to learn, especially about living under the bright lights. There’s clearly a lack of maturity and discretion, which is a very bad mix and once again, I am left shaking my head at Miley’s actions. I know that she’s only 16 so we can’t really expect her to be all that grown up but someone, such as her doting father, could step in and mention to her that the kind of publicity where you’re on the front page ripping people to pieces, may not be exactly what you’re looking for. I think any other parent would advise their young teen that cattiness and ill-wishing is not the way to handle things and I don’t see why it’s any different in Miley’s case.

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