British Columbia

Miley Cyrus should stick to twerking and leave the B.C. wolf cull alone, says Christy Clark

B.C.'s premier says U.S. pop singer Miley Cyrus should stick to what she knows and stop interfering in the province's environmental policies.

Premier says singer knows nothing about the issues behind B.C.'s wolf cull.

Miley Cyrus asked her Instagram followers to sign a petition to stop the controversial wolf cull in B.C. (Reuters/CBC)

B.C.'s premier says U.S. pop singer Miley Cyrus should stick to what she knows and stop interfering in the province's environmental policies.

Cyrus has taken to social media, urging her fans to sign an online petition against B.C.'s wolf hunt, calling it a "tax-payer funded kill program."

But Christy Clark says Cyrus is uninformed about the cull, which the premier says is necessary to protect endangered caribou.

Clark says if she ever needs any advice on twerking — a provocative dance Cyrus is known for — she'll call her.

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