Miley Cyrus is just days away from unveiling her highly anticipated Plastic Hearts album, and while chatting with Apple Music's Zane Lowe on Monday (Nov. 23), the singer opened up about the variety of inspirations behind the album.
"Golden G String," she shared, was written in "2017 or 2018" and "is reflective of Donald Trump as president and the men hold all the cards -- and they ain't playing gin, and they determine your fate."
"This song, which is also about kind of the cross I've had to bear, in a way, of saying, 'I feel like everything that I've done has just been up for all the opinions and I guess people being offended and all this sh-t,' she continued. "But it's like our president grabs women by the, and you're mad at me. I'm a pop star. I'm supposed to do these things. I'm supposed to do things that sometimes make you uncomfortable or you take offense. That's kind of my job, that's entertainment. I don't want that in a leader. I consider myself a leader, but I would say that actually is creating the country that we're going to live in. You don't want an entertainer. I have no desire to be president because I have only a desire to create art and to be an artist. And I want to do what I do. And I think that there's an idea that I've focused on of mastery, of finding the thing that you love and becoming the best at it. You can't be everything."