Noah Cyrus, a talented musician on her, had a lot of trouble while growing up. She faced a lot of problems as her family is very famous. In an Instagram live session, on Saturday, Noah explained how it felt to be in shadows of her own family. Her father is Billy Ray Cyrus, and her younger sister is Miley Cyrus.
“In the family, I was born in. Everyone gave me an adamant time. It was very tough for me being Miley’s younger sister. I always felt that I was such a person no one would care about. These thoughts came to my mind because of what people say about online.”
She emotionally said. She teared up while explaining the meaning behind “Young and Sad.” Its Noah’s new song on her latest EP, The End of Everything. “It was unbearable,” she continued.
Some Lyrics Of Her New Track
Her lyrics of the new song are, “And that’s why I write, ‘My sister’s like sunshine / Always bringing good light wherever she’ll go / And I was born to rain clouds / Blessed in her shadows.’
“I felt like that because this is what everyone told me. They told me that no matter what I was always going to be in a shadow in front of my sister. At that time, I believed that also. It was challenging to overcome that feeling.”
Noah Cyrus also speaks up about her song “Young and Sad”. In this song, she discusses the struggles of growing up with a famous sister and how it affects her as a person.
Online Comments Bought Down Her Self-Esteem
Noah further went on and explained about her self-esteem and how it went with online comments. She continued, “Generally, all these tough times are what the song expresses about.
I just wanted to speak up about these things at least for once. I did it because all these things have been a big part of my life. Mostly, I won’t talk about it anymore. But I just wanted to put out the other side.
Whenever something like this happens always, everybody says, ‘You’re giving the people power by seeing it.’ But they have to understand that I can’t control seeing it. All of you are young, and the Internet is always there. And it’s been hard on me. The song is something which pretty much tough to get through.”