Billy Ray Cyrus Releases Hip-Hop Sequel To Fatherhood


NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, known for his 1992 breakthrough hit “Achy Breaky Heart,” announced this week he would be releasing a hip-hop sequel to his fatherhood of the troubled child star Miley Cyrus.

“It’s something I think all parents think about,” Billy Ray said as he slowly stroked his soul patch. “I just feel blessed to be able to give my daughter a second chance at a normal life, but this time hip-hop themed.”

The relationship with his daughter that was famous for constant fights, criticisms, and the occasional awkward sexual tension has now been updated with a hip-hop styling.

“First time I raised my daughter I kinda did it like redneck, hillbilly style,” said Cyrus. “I had a mullet. Got divorced. Drank a lot of Busch Light. That didn’t work out so well.”

At press time Cyrus announced he was very desperate for attention and doesn’t totally understand what hip-hop is.

Kyle Scanlan still has Billy Ray’s debut album on cassette.