Combo photo shows singer Miley Cyrus with her dog.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
Pop star Miley Cyrus known for her hit singles and massive records is now mourning the death of her dog.
The pop beauty took to her social media account to share the memory of her beloved pup with her fans and followers.
Hoping that the music that she creates in remembrance of her pet will heal her, she shared a post on social media of how her dog died of cancer.
"Mary Jane 5EVR. I wrote this song in Malibu years ago on a piano in a house that no longer exists. About my dog Mary Jane who is also gone now. A lot has changed over time. Mostly me," she wrote along with a video tribute to the dog.
"Music is my medicine. This song revolves around loss & heartache. Which I am currently experiencing after Mary Jane's passing. MJ was a true queen.
She wore her grace, dignity & kindness like a crown. She will never be forgotten and will forever be missed. To know her is to love her. It has been my honor being her mom and best friend," she added.
The singer shared the news in a series of Instagram Story posts. She adopted the dog with her former husband Liam Hemsworth.
"MJ was diagnosed with cancer over a year ago …. & since then multiple types and tumors," Cyrus revealed, adding: "I was told it'd be an uncertain amount of time until she's gone. Advised to spend every second savoring anything new. I had been for 10 years."
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