“Mood is a strong emotion,” Drake wrote on Instagram on Sunday, referring to a song he and Cyrus released this year.
“So is emotion.”
Miley Cyrus, whose album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was released on the Billboard 200 chart, wrote on Twitter that the song “is the most emotional song we have ever written.
#love”The song’s lyrics were a direct reference to Miley’s breakup with her husband, Calvin Harris, and the subsequent divorce from her former boyfriend, Nick Jonas.
In a separate Instagram post, Drake said he’s “heartbroken” by Mys “breaking up” with Calvin and the divorce was “very hard on us and our family.”
The song, which has been credited to Cyrus’ “new mixtape,” has since been credited as a cover of her hit song “Break Free.”
The song has been streamed over 100 million times on the service.
Cyrus has been vocal about her struggles with depression, especially since the release of her fifth album, Views, which debuted on the chart in October.
I’m a young, single girl, and I’m trying to figure out how to be better for everyone else.””
We are all different.
I’m a young, single girl, and I’m trying to figure out how to be better for everyone else.”
The rapper’s music is not the only area where he has come under fire.
The singer has faced criticism over several of his music videos, including the “Fancy” video for his hit single “Same Love,” which included footage of his wife, Gwen Stefani, performing at the MTV Video Music Awards.
The video sparked outrage online, with critics calling it “stunningly misogynistic” and “racist.”
Cyrus responded to the backlash by calling it a “joke.”
“We’re not saying that the video was sexist or racist, we just said that we thought it was a fun little joke,” she said in a statement.
“That being said, we feel like it’s an honest statement and one that we’re happy to share with anyone who might be struggling with mental health or depression.”