Miley Cyrus Calls Out Dolce And Gabanna's Politics As Brother Braison Makes Runway Debut For Them

The 24-year-old singer congratulated her brother Braison's latest fashion moment with Dolce And Gabbana but couldn't help make a swipe at the brand's political ties, and it didn't go unnoticed.

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Over the weekend, Miley Cyrus' younger brother Braison Cyrus (yet another addition to the ever growing Cyrus clan we kind of sort of didn't know existed) made his runway debut in Dolce & Gabbana's Spring/Summer 2018 show in Milan, Italy as part of Milan Men's Fashion Week.

During the show, Braison could be spotted wearing a crown, along with the brand's streestyle-meets-renaissance-meets-Japan jumper and wide-legged trousers.

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Following the show, Miley took to Instagram to congratulate her model brother.

She captioned the picture: 'Congrats @braisonccyrus on walking in your 1st runway show. It's never been my little brothers dream to be a model as he is one of the most talented musicians my ears have ever been given the gift of hearing...

'But it is a Cyrus family trait to try everything once (within reason HA) and to embrace opportunities that encourage you to step out of your comfort zone! We believe in trying something new everyday! I love you Prince Suga Bear and seriously congratulations on your experience! I am so proud of you always.... From Nashville to Italy!'

However, it's the singer's last sentence in her post which seems to have caught the attention of Dolce and Gabbana's co-founders, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, and not in a good way.

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She concluded the post: 'PS D&G, I strongly disagree with your politics... but I do support your company's effort to celebrate young artists & give them the platform to shine their light for all to see!'

#Inspired #Pride @happyhippiefdn @converse @hot995

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Now, while we're not entirely sure the 'politics' Cryus is specifically referring to, we can guess it might be about the fashion houses' kitting out of First Lady Melania Trump, and the brand's recent '#boycottdolcegabbana' campaign, which mocks critics of D&G's allegiance to President Donald Trump's wife and her wardrobe.

So, you can guess what happened next.

Hours later, Stefano Gabbana 'regrammed' Cyrus' Instagram post, with the comment: 'We are Italian and we don't care about politics and mostly neither about the American one! We make dresses and if you think about doing politics with a post it's simply ignorant. We don't need your posts or comments so next time please ignore us!! #boycottdolcegabbana'.

Last year, Miley Cyrus openly endorsed democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, and even went as far as knocking on university halls of residence's doors at George Mason University, located right outside of Washington, D.C., in the swing state Virginia, to encourage students to vote for Clinton.

Something makes us think Miley won't be wearing D&G anytime soon. Just call it a hunch.

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