Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Billy Ray Cyrus: Miley's Hannah Montana "Destroyed My Family"

Us Magazine reports: In an emotional new interview in GQ magazine, the country singer, 49, sadly expounds at length about his very serious regrets and concerns for his famous daughter Miley, 18. (Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus, Miley's mom, also filed for divorce last year after 17 years of marriage.)

I believe the moral of this story is that when parents try to be friends instead of parents children go astray. I also think it is challenging to be a parent when you kid is making the money that supports the family.

I recommend that Will and Jada Pinket-Smith have a sit down with Billy Ray before it is to late for there rising stars.

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