Miley Cyrus gives back to charity.
The “Wrecking Ball” singer continues to prove that there is more to life apart from twerking and continuing to #FreeThNipple whenever possible.
Miley Cyrus, the former teen idol has started her own charity to help homeless youth and raise awareness about LGBT issues.
Miley’s charity, called “The Happy Hippie Foundation” has presented its first initiative – a series of “Backyard Sessions”. As seen on Facebook, the videos feature one-off collaborations between Miley and artistes like Joan Jett, Ariana Grande, Laura Jane Grace and Melanie Saftka. The videos are accompanied by an option to donate to Miley’s foundation.
In a statement, Miley said:
“Pointless judgment and its effects are unfortunately something that is way too common.”
“All humans have valid feelings and rights! I want to use my voice as a megaphone to young people everywhere and encourage human evolution.”
The first “Backyard Sessions” saw Joan Jett joining the “Bangerz” singer on a rollicking rendition of “Different”, a track off Jett and the Blackhearts’ 2013 LP “Unvarnished”.