In a move that he had to have known would get him attention, comedian/actor/aspiring musician Jamie Foxx
attacked Disney songstress Miley Cyrus
on his Sirius radio show "The Foxxhole," taking pot-shots at the teenager's appearance and suggesting she should "make a sex tape and grow up."
A listener had called into complain about Miley's publicly-voiced frustration that British band Radiohead had dissed her backstage at the Grammy Awards. When Jamie Foxx asked who he meant, one of his co-hosts on the show, a woman, muttered "that little white b—h," to which Foxx responds, "The one with all the gums? She gotta get a gum transplant!"
He then goes on to advise Miley, Make a sex tape and grow up. Get like Britney Spears and do some heroin. Do like Lindsay Lohan and start seeing a lesbian and get some crack in your pipe. Catch chlamydia on a bicycle seat. That's what I want.
The woman in the background can also be heard saying that Cyrus should make a sex tape with her dad.
The whole thing was lame and, frankly, disgusting, but you can catch the audio here.
Sure, Miley sounded entitled and pathetic when she complained about Radiohead, but she's a teenager—and it's not fair for any of us to judge her without knowing how hard it is to stay grounded as part of a billion-dollar enterprise.
Miley shouldn't take it too personally. When a 41-year-old man attacks your appearance when he's supposed to be commenting on your behavior, it reeks of desperation on his behalf. Perhaps he's just bitter because there's no chance whatsoever The Soloist
, his upcoming film, will make half what Miley's Hannah Montana