Miley Cyrus has weighed in on the Kim Kardashian West nude photo controversy

By Char Adams
March 08, 2016 04:15 PM

Kim Kardashian West and Bette Midler aren’t ending their Twitter feud any time soon. The latest salvo involves Midler suggesting that Kardashian West should learn to take a joke. (Kardashian West, meanwhile, insists she’s very funny indeed.)

Stars of all shades are beginning take sides in the social media drama over Kardashian West’s naked seflies. Bella Thorne and Emily Ratajkowski are coming out on Team Kim and suggesting her critics should stop body-shaming her.

Miley Cyrus, meanwhile, wishes everyone could just get along.

For the uninitiated: Kardashian West posted a year-old naked selfie Monday night, prompting Midler to quip that Kardashian West would have to “swallow a camera” to show off any more of herself. Kardashian West responded by calling Midler a “fake friend” – and posting another naked photo along with a Kanye-worthy Twitter rant.

“Looks like anyone can take a selfie but not everyone can take a joke ,” Midler tweeted.

Kardashian fired back: “Wait I can’t believe people thought Kanye or Khloe hacked my Twitter. I swear I’m funny too!!!”

Other Kim Kritics include: Chloë Grace Moretz and Piers Morgan.

Amid the Twitter drama, Cyrus posted a KIMOJI on Instagram, encouraging a cease-fire.

“Why don’t we overly (myself included) fortunate women come together and try to create and bring jobs to other women in desperate need of them so they can support not only THEMSELVES but their families!” Cyrus captioned the photo, in part.

Actress Bella Thorne sent a few tweets Moretz’ way, after Moretz told Kardashian West to respect “the platform you’re given as a celebrity.”

“I think every woman should be allowed to make their own choices with their OWN bodies soo..” Thorne wrote.

“Love when a man comments on a woman’s decision to post a nude photo,” Emily Ratajkowski tweeted. “Her body, her career. Sexist bulls—.”

Ratajkowski also spoke out about claims that Kardashian West’s husband had taken over her Twitter account.

“Also love that when a woman stands up for herself everyone thinks it must be her dude speaking for her,” she wrote.