Miley Cyrus is winning. Her new song “Wrecking Ball” has earned her the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100, the #1 song on iTunes, the #1 Hot Digital Song, the #1 streaming song on Spotify and more.
The song’s accompanying music video isn’t receiving as much praise, but instead has caused a university to remove their wrecking ball sculpture after many students used it as a way to pay homage to Miley. If you haven’t seen Miley’s video, click here.
Watch as students from Michigan’s Grand Valley State University get their swing on.
@Grand_Valley17 miley decided her future in singing was gonna hit rock bottom!! So she decided to come to #gvsu pic.twitter.com/084achGY2S
— Alex Blackburn (@ablackturtle22) September 13, 2013
The removal of the wrecking ball from school grounds has caused an upset among the student community. Many have gathered in protest, singing “Wrecking Ball” and calling to #reinstalltheball.
We have to admit, this is all pretty funny. People have way too much time on their hands.