Despite a rumor that spread rapidly online Monday, Miley Cyrus is not pregnant with rapper Juicy J's baby.
The gossip stemmed from a fake report on satirical website CreamBMP.com,
which claimed that Juicy J alluded to a possible pregnancy at this weekend's BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta.
"I assure you she's been doing a lot more than twerking," the website quoted the rapper as saying. Cyrus, 20, performed her famous gyrating dance move alongside Juicy J at one of his concerts in Los Angeles in June.
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The tongue-in-cheek article then claimed that Cyrus "blurted out" that the pair was "expecting."
"No, I'm really pregnant," she was quoted as saying.
Cyrus later tweeted out a joke saying she would name the baby Juicy J Jr.
The fake online story coupled with Cyrus' mocking tweet fueled the Twitter fire of people who believed that the singer was actually pregnant.
Miley Cyrus later playfully addressed the pregnancy rumors.
Cyrus has been front and center in the spotlight since her twerk-filled performance at the MTV Video Music Awards in August
and last month's release of her video for "Wrecking Ball."
She will host "Saturday Night Live" on Oct. 5.
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