It seems like everyone wants Miley Cyrus to get knocked up. Earlier this year she left a Beverly Hills medical building to face scores of paparazzi quizzing her if she was pregnant. Her expletive-laden response — “No, I’m f—ing sick, you b—h” — earned her the praise of the internet.
Then, in the wake of her and fiancé Liam Hemsworth’s split, rumors surfaced that the couple had only stayed together in recent months because of a pregnancy scare. "Miley thought she was expecting and wanted to announce it to the world, even before she went to the doctor to verify the results,” a source told OK! Magazine. “Liam begged her not to go public yet.”
Now, word is Miley is pregnant thanks to Juicy J, whom she starred alongside in her “23” music video (also there, her rumored boyfriend Mike WiLL Made It). However, the update that she’s expecting is total news to Miley. On September 30, the pop star tweeted, “waking up to the news that I'm now pregnant with @therealjuicyj baby.”
Sure, she doesn’t confirm or deny the reports but the tweet does seem on the sarcastic, “you’re kidding, right?” side. An earlier version of the message included the word “love” at the start of the tweet. That social media message has since been deleted.
Miley later added: “Me: ‘did you know I'm pregnant with @therealjuicyj baby this morning’ @CheyneThomas : ‘what are you gonna name it?’ Me: ‘Juicy J Jr DUH’” Cheyne is her assistant, best friend, and, it sounds like, baby name consultant.
If you ask us, it seems extremely unlikely Miley is pregnant at all — let alone with the Real Juicy J’s kidlet. That is, unless babies come from music videos. Or foam fingers.