Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball Video Parody —Born November 23, 1992, one of the most successful artists to originate from the Walt Disney Company still raving parody videos from fans with thousand views.
A scientist made an incredible Miley Cyrus ‘Wrecking Ball’ parody video about evolution earn which was posted four days ago, already has more than 266,000 views.
“The edgy scientist has appeared on Discovery’s “Brave New World with Stephen Hawking” and hosts a YouTube series documenting animals’ sexual behavior called “Wild Sex.” Now she has released a cover of Miley Cyrus’ mega-hit “Wrecking Ball” that pokes fun at creationism.”
Bondar explains her motivation for writing the song on the video’s page: “I am always troubled by the lack of awareness surrounding the process of evolution by natural selection. Also, I am a crazy dorky scientist who enjoys many aspects of pop culture.”
Previously, Miley recieved valuable advice from old Jewish men according to report,
“I was saddened by this comment, because she carries the name of one of the great heroes of Jewish history — the Persian Emperor Cyrus the Great, who freed the Jews from Babylonian captivity — and also because, in my experience, 70-year-old Jewish men (and 80-year-old Jewish men) are often sources of great wisdom and counsel.
Cyrus’s career, as Slate’s John Dickerson recently suggested on Twitter, is evidence of the moral, spiritual and creative exhaustion of much of American culture, and her comment made me think that she could stand to listen to some wise thoughts from old Jewish men.”