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Shortly after Justin Bieber took to Instagram
to rant against the media backlash and apparent rumormongering he's suffered lately, he found some like-minded backup from a pair of his peers.
First, Evan Rachel Wood
tweeted her own opinions about tabloid culture, specifically referring to the recent reports on the gender of her unborn child. "Fyi. No one knows the sex of our baby. No one. I am hearing rumors there will be reports of the sex but its [sic] truly based off nothing," she wrote.
"The fact that we live in a world which condones the stripping of basic human rights (dignity, privacy, etc) of people because of their status, is very sad to me. We should have higher standards for ourselves as people and a society."
Then Miley Cyrus
, Wood's friend and someone who's familiar with having her personal life in the headlines
, chimed in to express solidarity: "I ♥ @evanrachelwood Thank you for always speakin the truth. #badbitchcontestyoureinfirstplace."
Do Cyrus, Wood, and Bieber have a point? Or is publicly commenting on the matter via social media simply perpetuating their celebrity to the point where privacy is no longer a "basic human right?" Weigh in on the topic in the comments section down below.