Miley Cyrus' younger brother, Braison, just made his runway debut with Dolce & Gabbana over the weekend. The 23-year-old Cyrus sported a tracksuit matched with a pair of white sneakers and a crown for Milan Men's Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018, and the "Malibu" singer was the first to congratulate him for yet another milestone in his career.

The American singer and actress took to her Instagram to send her love to Braison and bragged about his latest achievement. Miley admitted her brother never dreamed of becoming a model since his primary focus is creating music. But despite the fact that he is more drawn to music, the younger Cyrus did not hold back in exploring things outside of his comfort zone.

So, what seems to be the problem?

While nothing is wrong with Miley's message to Braison, the "We Can't Stop" artist did not let her chance pass her by without expressing her strong opposition to Dolce & Gabbana's politics. Although she refused to explain what she was referring to, it should be noted that the fashion empire has been in charge of dressing Melania Trump while most fashion experts are keeping their distance from getting involved with the First Lady to avoid backlash.

In fact, Stefano Gabbana, the other half of the duo, fired back at their critics after uploading a photo of the president's wife on his Instagram account in April. In the said post, Melania was wearing Dolce & Gabbana's black blazer. One commenter slammed the renowned fashion company for portraying "women being the wife, instead [of] being the president."

Outraged by these remarks, Stefano replied and said he did not care and told the follower to "f--k off." Miley, on the other hand, has been vocal about her support for Hillary Clinton.

She even campaigned for the Democratic Party candidate during the 2016 Presidential Elections.

'Boycott Dolce & Gabbana'

After the "Malibu" singer has called out the Italian clothing line in her Instagram post, Stefano clapped back at her by reposting Braison's photo and wrote that it is "simply ignorant" for someone to talk about politics in a social media post.

The co-owner of Dolce & Gabbana even tagged Miley and asked her to leave them alone as they do not need her comments. The fashion designer also clarified that they do not care about American politics and ended his post with the hashtag #boycottdolceandgabbana.

Shortly after Stefano's post, Miley updated her profile with a photo of her sister, Noah, and branded her as her "style icon."

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