‘Change is inevitable’ Miley Cyrus’ cryptic message on divorce


Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have called it quits after less than one year of marriage.

The news spread like wildfire on social media, and their fans were disappointed.

The interwebs blamed her se3uality for the split, a claim she has denied.


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Multiple reports online suggest that the two were trying to work things out but weren’t successful.


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Laim took to his Instagram to share the news of the split


Miley jotted down a cryptic message about how “change is inevitable.” 

“Don’t fight evolution, because you will never win. Like the mountain I am standing on top of, which was once under water, connected with Africa, change is inevitable,” Cyrus captioned two photos of herself with the picturesque mountain ranges of northeastern Italy in the background.

“The Dolomites were not created over night, it was over millions of years that this magnificent beauty was formed. My dad always told me ‘Nature never hurries but it is always on time’…. it fills my heart with peace and hope KNOWING that is true. I was taught to respect the planet and its process and I am committed to doing the same with my own,” she concluded


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We are so sad to see this cute couple end what we all thought was a great relationship.

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Critics review Men in Black: International

Men in Black: International was released this past weekend. The fourth installment in the hugely successful franchise has been met with largely negative reviews.

The Chris Hemsworth led vehicle was criticised for its “lackluster action and forgettable plot”, although the chemistry between Hemsworth and Thompson was praised.

Below are some of the critics’ reviews;

Jeffrey M. Anderson wrote for Common Sense Media saying, ‘The fourth movie in the sci-fi/comedy series arrives at much the same place as the other sequels; it’s fine but flat — it’s not as funny, surprising, or wondrous as the 1997 original.’

James Dyer wrote for Empire saying, ‘Unasked for, unnecessary but unexpectedly enjoyable.’

Manohla Dargis wrote for The NYTimes saying, ‘Men in Black: International, the fourth installment in this decades-old franchise, sputters (while you groan), despite its inherently watchable leads, Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Liam Neeson.’

Men In Black International poster
Men In Black International poster

Michael O’Sullivan wrote for Washington Post saying, ‘A world in which humans and aliens live side by side in an uneasy peace is a cute and welcome conceit, if a bit well-worn after four films, a TV series and several video games.’

Peter Debruge wrote for Variety saying, ‘More reboot than a sequel, and less coherent or polished than the sci-fi trilogy that preceded it, “Men in Black: International” doesn’t make a big deal of the fact that its new recruit isn’t a man.’

Molly Freeman wrote for Screen Rant saying, ‘Men in Black: International has some modern tweaks to the franchise’s premise but thankfully puts more focus on the comedic chemistry of its leads.’

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