Miley Cyrus has taken the lead of celebrating the success of her younger brother, Braison Cyrus, who walked in Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2018 Milan Fashion Week show this weekend. The proud “Malibu” singer is all praise for her sibling and took it to Instagram.

In the photo she posted, the pop star congratulated her handsome brother for a successful runway debut with D&G. Being part of the show is a big deal for a newcomer in the world of fashion. But the congratulatory vibe of the occasion took an unexpected turn when the pop star cracked a cryptic message regarding the brand's politics.

Did Miley intend to throw shade at D&G?

Cyrus began explaining that Braison never dreamt of becoming a model since her brother has been one of the most gifted musicians she has ever heard. She continued sharing and explained that one of Cyrus family traits is giving one shot at everything and embracing opportunities that encourage them to step out of their comfort zones.

“We believe in trying something new every day!” she added. But things sounded differently when she brought up a postscript stating how she strongly disagrees with the said brand's politics.

How did politics come about?

Note that D&G has a controversial link with Melania Trump.

The FLOTUS has been spotted donning pieces from the Italian Fashion House, for example, the one she wore last new year’s eve. People are quick to speculate that the reference is directed to this controversial relationship.

Stefano is not holding back

Upon learning that his namesake brand has been dragged in a political commentary, Stefano Gabanna took the time to respond to the "Hannah Montana" star and he wasn't amused with her D&G mention.

He commented “Ignorant!!!” to the post and made it known that their company will not hire Miley's brother again. Now it looks like there will be a Miley Cyrus x Dolce & Gabanna feud.

The co-founder of the Italian luxury fashion house continued to express his dismay on Instagram. Reposting Miley's post, the designer ranted in Italian.

According to the translation, the designer lashed out angrily and even brought up his Italian roots implying that it is not in their culture to care about politics, especially American politics.

He reiterated that their fashion house makes dresses and did not want to be dragged into a political debate. “We don't need your posts or comments so next time please ignore us!! #boycottdolcegabbana” the designer quipped.

Meanwhile, Stefano seemed to have missed Miley’s closing remarks where she professed her support to the company's effort in celebrating young artists by providing them the platform to shine their light for all to see.