Miley Cyrus Thinks Twitter Should Be 'Banned From This Universe'

'I think that everyone should leave Twitter,' singer says during a tour-stop interview in Chicago.

[artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist] hasn't been shy about her distaste for Twitter since leaving the site earlier this month. She cited her desire to regain her privacy as the main reason behind the decision, even as rumors spread that she left for her rumored beau and "The Last Song" co-star Liam Hemsworth. And after nearly a month Twitter-free, she's hoping that more people will jump the micro-blogging boat.

"I think that everyone should leave Twitter," she told Chicago's B96 morning show during her tour stop in Chi-Town earlier this week. "I think Twitter should just be banned from this universe."

Cyrus maintains that the Internet is a dangerous place." 'Cause honestly, people, want to know why? You're unhealthy. You need to get out and do stuff and be in the world instead of being like this [hunched over and typing]," she explained. "All I did was lay in bed on my computer and sit there and eat ice cream late at night."

The singer added, "You don't end up living your life and you end up saying things that really is no one else's business. And I'm not a big fan of the Internet anymore," she added. "I don't really go online."