"Hannah Montana, she's a big girl now," rapper declares in new version of the Top 5 hit.
As Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" continues to provoke the entire nation -- nay, the entire world -- to twerk, Khia, the rapper best known for her filthy 2002 single "My Neck My Back," independently jumped on the track just in time for Independence Day, in a remix released on Thursday (July 4).
In one fell swoop, Khia salutes Cyrus while also declaring that she, like the 20-year-old pop star, can't stop. Khia says that her party-takeover prowess will make you feel "like Toni Braxton felt when Tamar took over her party," and ends her verse with, "Hannah Montana, she's a big girl now/Poppin' and twerkin', she's the shit girl now."
For her part, Cyrus approves of Khia's verse being added to the track: "HELL YESSS," the singer posted on Twitter on Thursday, linking to a Soundcloud version of the remix. Since its release, Khia has hinted at shooting a music video for the "We Can't Stop" remix on Twitter.
The original "We Can't Stop," which will lead Cyrus' forthcoming fourth album, rises to No. 3 on this week's Hot 100 chart. Watch Cyrus discussing her comeback with Billboard below: