Fans aren't alone in their hope that Miley Cyrus will one day come back to Twitter to share with the world her thoughts on [artist id="1220799"]John Mayer[/artist] songs, [movieperson id="365131"]Robert Pattinson[/movieperson] and friendship. [artist id="150205"]Billy Ray Cyrus[/artist] has taken to Twitter to try to convince his superstar daughter to get back on the horse and start micro-blogging again.
"Miley. You are a light in a world of darkness. You were born 'Destiny Hope Cyrus' for a reason. You can't leave everyone now. We r countin on u," he tweeted late Thursday, after Miley had removed her account on Wednesday.
It is widely believed that Miley quit Twitter after her "The Last Song" co-star and rumored boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth, asked her to. "FYI Liam doesn't have a twttr & he wants ME 2 delete mine w/ gd reason," she tweeted before deleting her account.
As of press time, "#mileycomeback" was still trending on Twitter, as fans tried to convince Miley, who had about 2 million followers and frequently tweeted with pals like Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez and Speidi, to tweet again. Billy Ray later wrote, "I understand 'it is true one bad apple spoils the bunch.' But listen to the words of your songs 'Stand ... for what ya believe in' ... Remember?"
Coincidentally, on the first day of Miley's silence, the site was plagued by a bug that caused many Twitter timelines to be delayed. But the rest of the Cyrus family did their part to keep the site going, as Metro Station singer/guitarist Trace Cyrus tweeted, "Damn what's with twitter acting all crazy?"
There's been no official word from Miley or her camp about her reason for leaving the site.