This is one of the better examples of how to "deal with media lies" and I think it speaks volumes as to how much smarter the Cyrus family is than people realize.
Is this young lady worth a billion dollars? Probably.
Does that matter? It certainly does.
Now, I don't want to rain on anyone's parade, but if you take a 17 year-old girl who is worth a billion dollars, and put her in Hollywood, and put her on television, you're going to see an explosion in media nonsense. People with nothing happening between their ears are going to go batshit crazy trying to figure out how to make money from a scandalous act related to Miley Cyrus.
After they've failed (or succeeded), they're going to move on to whoever comes next. Is this worth commenting on? Sure it is. These jackals can be dealt with but only when the State of California decides, once and for all, to effectively deal with the issue of celebrity stalking for profit. It's not censorship if you're protecting someone from an out-of-control, three hundred pound stalkerazzi photographer who falls out of a tree trying to get a picture of a celebrity adjusting themselves in their backyard.
It's common sense. The public simply has no right to know everything that goes on. Here you have a young lady using social media to quell rumors about her life. And what kind of a life is it when she can't go anywhere or do anything without being chased and hounded and stalked?