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Miley Cyrus Models 'Miley Sucks' Merch While Remixing 'The Climb'

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Alana O'Herlihy

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus might think she "sucks," according to her brand new merch, but the remix of her 2009 hit "The Climb" sure doesn't.

The pop star turned rock star not only added some edge to her new graphic tee featuring the star's face -- which can be found on shop.MileyCyrus.com -- but also to "The Climb," which alluded to her upcoming eighth studio album.

"I'm booking sessions/ For my next record/ I, you know I stay booked/ This b---- ain't got no free time/ Nothing in life is free!" she sarcastically sang in front of her face mask-wearing band before diving into the real lyrics of the Grammy-nominated song.

And nothing on her web store is free, either. Other censored and uncensored items include her "Miley Is Canceled" sweatpants, a "Miley Cyrus Makes Me Wet" tee featuring a topless illustration of the artist, a "Miley Cyrus Can Go F--- Herself" trucker hat, black "F--- Miley Cyrus" sweatpants, and many more. Her pink "Miley Cyrus Made Me Realize I Am Gay" muscle tee -- which she previously modeled on Instagram -- also features an "I [heart] di--" message with a series of hand-drawn male and female genitalia that she knows her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, wouldn't approve of.

The new as-yet-to-be-titled project serves as the follow-up to 2020's Plastic Hearts, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

See Cyrus modeling her new namesake merch below.