Miley Cyrus Complains About Jogging Photos

Teen queen also reveals that she and Demi Lovato love to TP houses.

[artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist] caused controvery this week when photos emerged of her running down the street in a low-cut shirt that revealed some skin and her bikini top, next to her shirtless boyfriend Justin Gaston. But the 16-year-old pop star said she doesn’t get why everyone was making such a big deal about the pics.

“I don’t get the big whoop, but whatever,” she said Monday on Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS FM radio show. “I guess it’s just, I’m not allowed to jog any more. I don’t get why people are allowed to take pictures and make them something they’re not, but I guess that’s just how their job works and how they’ll make the most money. What they don’t know is that I had an 8-year-old little sister traveling behind me, which all she wanted that day was to have a car wash.”

Cyrus further explained that she was showing so much skin because she was wearing her mom’s baggy T-shirt, which slipped down revealing the bikini top that she wore while washing boyfriend Justin Gaston’s “really hideous truck.” “So, ‘Oh, my goodness, Miley Cyrus wears a two-piece!’ ” she said. “Kill me! I’m wearing a two-piece, along with an 8-year-old.”

Miley also shared with Seacrest that she’s got a favorite pastime other than washing cars: toilet-papering her neighbors’ houses with a friend, who happens to be fellow Disney star [artist id="3079280"]Demi Lovato[/artist]. “We were really bored, ’cause we were watching the life story of the Kardashians. … And then we got really bored and watched the life story of Mario Lopez,” she joked about the impetus behind pulling the prank on a house that happened to belong to one of Seacrest’s friends. She said she and Lovato thought one of their friends lived there.

“We walked to my house and got rolls of toilet paper. So, we took it all, and we started rolling and we got ketchup, mustard,” she said, elaborating on their impromptu decorations. “Your friend came and said ‘hi’ to us and said we were doing a good job.”

And when these rebellious teens get caught by less-accommodating victims, what does she do to avoid getting in trouble? “We sprint and [hide] under cars.”