Noah Cyrus Trolls Fans With Break-Up Tears In A Bottle For The Low Price Of $12,000 Dollars
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Noah Cyrus isn't letting one teardrop go to waste after suffering from her recent heartbreak.

According to People, the 18-year-od "Stay Together" singer is selling her bottle of her tears for $12,000 and is available for purchase through clothing line, Pizzaslime.





The product description reads: "This is approximately 12 tears made by Noah Cyrus as a result of sadness."





The website also offers other paraphernalia for sale – including T-shirts featuring her country singer father, Billy Ray Cyrus, whose face is inked with the words "achy breaky" and "Dang Flabbit."

Noah Cyrus is capitalizing on her sadness by also hawking "Noah Cyrus Tears" mugs, and sweatpants with the word "sadness" scrawled down the pant leg.

Her latest EP released on September 21, "Good Cry," is a response to her recent breakup with rapper Lil Xan.



However, TMZ revealed that the Pizzaslime product was nothing short of a gag.

Cyrus thought of the joke after her breakup and collaborated with the clothing line as a marketing ploy to promote her EP.

The joke went too far when someone seized an opportunity to rip off Cyrus's fans by creating a GoFundMe campaign to afford buying a bottle.


Eight gullible people contributed to the scam with a combined total of $1,240 in just 15 hours.




Cyrus's team was notified of the GoFundMe scam and contacted the site to take down the campaign from their website.

Because GoFundMe donations are immediately deposited for each transaction, the team is offering to refund the donors and giving them backstage passes to a future Noah Cyrus concert.

The team never thought there would be customers gullible enough to place orders for the vial and were forced to confirm that actual bottles filled with the singer's tears will not be delivered via Pizzaslime.

Any orders placed will be refunded.



News of Cyrus becoming romantically linked with the 21-year-old Soundcloud rapper made headlines when they appeared together at the MTV Music Awards in August.

But their union was short-lived when they officially broke up on September 4 over cheating accusations.

In a since deleted Instagram story post, Lil Xan – whose real name is Diego Leanos – suspected, "I feel like I'm probably being cheated on."

An emotionally distraught Cyrus told fans on Monday's Instagram Live Video, "I never did anything that I'm getting accused of. I'll try to explain it more in the next couple of days."

She went on to rant about how some boys tend to make women feel like they're the ones who did something wrong to jeopardize the relationship, "when you were the one that sat around being there for somebody," People reported.


Cyrus emphatically denied Lil Xan's claim that she worked with the record company to set the pair up romantically.

"First and foremost: this relationship was not set up by Columbia Records. To say that is a joke. It started when I got a DM from Diego and he asked me to hang out."
"The truth is I haven't seen him in almost a week. Every time we tried to hang out something always got in the way. I then saw a picture of a girl on a court on his story at 2 a.m. When I FaceTimed him later on I noticed a hickey."
"He told me it was just a bruise. I decided to give him the benefit of the doubt and ignored it."

Based on her candidness about her relationship on social media, she's not one to keep her emotions bottled up after all.

H/T - TMZ, People, PIzzalime, Twitter

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