Miley Cyrus Got A Private Concert From Her “BF” Cody Simpson In The Hospital

Miley Cyrus’ latest health setback has become an opportunity for her to share how she’s feeling about her new beau. As she shared on Instagram, Cody Simpson visited Cyrus in the hospital while she’s recovering from tonsillitis. The Australian singer arrived at her hospital room on Oct. 8 with roses and his guitar to perform an original song he had wrote for Cyrus. And, not only did he make Cyrus feel "much better," but hewas even identified as her "bf" on Insta, indicating that this relationship is more serious than it first appeared.

Cyrus was hospitalized on Tuesday for tonsillitis. She’s been keeping her fans updated on her health via Twitter and Instagram, asking fans to send her good vibes and showing off visits from her mom, Tish Cyrus. But the biggest dose of good vibes came courtesy of her new beau. As seen on her Instagram Story, the Cody Simpson and the Tide band leader serenaded her with a song he wrote for her, called "Golden Thing." Simpson also shared a video of him singing to Cyrus on her hospital bed.singing, "It’s a golden thing she’s got" while he strummed an acoustic guitar at Cyrus’ beside. Cyrus proclaimed it’s "my favorite song ever" and her Instagram Story had even more video footage of the song.

"Suddenly I am feeling much better," Cyrus wrote over her video post of his song. She called "Golden Thing" the "sweeeeeetest song," and proclaimed she wanted Simpson to share it with the world. "It’s too special to be only heard in full by my ears, so I am currently pressuring him to DROP IT next week…& it’s working #GoldenThing," she added.

This may not be the first time that Simpson was moved to create art based on his brief courtship with Cyrus. On his poetry Instagram, Prince Neptune, Simpson shared a poem that fans assumed was about Cyrus. The poem referenced Elvis Presley, which, as noted by E! News, could relate to their recent date spent watching the movie Blue Hawaii. Cyrus and Simpson also discussed his love of Elvis in her hospital posts. "You can’t take this guy anywhere," Cyrus teasingly said, to which Simpson replied, "I just rip some Elvis everywhere I go."

Rumors that Cyrus and Simpson were dating began Oct. 3 when they were spotted kissing in a Los Angeles grocery store. This came after her breakup with Kaitlynn Carter, whom Cyrus dated for a month following her split from husband Liam Hemsworth in August. But the pair have known each other for years with Simpson calling Cyrus "one of my best friends" in a 2015 interview with GQ Australia. A 15-year-old Simpson even said he had a crush on Cyrus all the way back in 2012. So while their romantic relationship has accelerated quickly, they have a long history.

When her split with Carter was announced, a source told People that Cyrus didn’t want a "serious relationship." Nevertheless, Cyrus calling Simpson her "BF" (or boyfriend) on Instagram could hint to a more serious romance brewing. No matter their official status, Cyrus has made it clear that her private relationships aren’t for the public to judge and for now, she’s just enjoying being serenaded by her new boyfriend.

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Private schoolboy, 16, who 'earned £50k-a-year drug-dealing'' is jailed for knifing teen, 17, to death – just months after he survived another knifing

A PRIVATE schoolboy who raked in £50,000-a-year drug dealing has been caged for stabbing a teen to death – months after he survived another knifing.

The 16-year-old killer, who cannot be named, was caught on camera plunging the blade into 17-year-old Ayub Hassan's heart before fleeing on a Boris Bike.

A nurse had rushed over to help the student as he lay dying behind Waitrose near West Kensington tube station but sadly he couldn't be saved.

The teen killer, who goes to a £7,000-a-term public school, was today caged for a minimum of 15 years after jurors took just five hours to convict him of murder at the Old Bailey.

During his trial, jurors watched as he boasted from the witness box he found drug dealing "enjoyable".

He also bragged he could earn up to £50,000 a year drug dealing on top of the £20 pocket money he was given by his father.

The teen had claimed he armed himself with one of Ayub's own blades as the victim had stabbed him four months earlier for "shorting him" on a £50 deal.

But prosecutor Anthony Orchard QC said the teenager was "angry and wanted revenge".


Ayub's relatives sobbed in court as the sentence was handed down – with the teen knifed three times before the fatal attack on March 7.

In a victim impact statement his 11-year-old sister said: "Hello, I am Ayub’s little sister, your victim. Not only was he my brother but he was my best friend.

"I sleep in his room now, but do I look like I get sleep, I don’t I spend all night crying and talking to myself because of Ayub’s death I can barely breathe at night.

"When I walk through the streets, I look all over me. Ayub was there for me 24/7. The day you stabbed him I hugged him, we said: 'I love you'.

"I did not think it would be the last time."


The court was told the teen killer had become embroiled in the "murky world" of drug-dealing when he was 15 but "enjoyed" raking in the cash.

He was convicted of assault in January this year and a three-foot-long samurai sword was found in his bedroom the following month.

At the time of the stabbing he was also the subject of a Community Behaviour Order imposed last October.

The teenager had previous convictions for common assault, supplying class A drugs and possession of cannabis.

He was also on bail for robbery and attempted robbery at the time of his arrest.


On the day of Ayub's murder, CCTV captured him surrounded by a gang of youths in an alleyway.

The teen could be seen "squaring up" to the victim before "punching out" with the lock-knife into Ayub's chest.

Mr Orchard said: "Ayub Hassan collapsed. He was helped to his feet, stumbled a short distance and then collapsed again.

"The defendant left the alleyway and is captured on CCTV mounting a 'Boris Bike' and cycling away."

Speaking out the day after his murder, Ayub's mum wept as she revealed the youngster dreamed of becoming a barrister.

Devastated pals also released a picture showing Ayub lying in his hospital bed following a previous stabbing early last year.

Mum Siraad Aden, 38, from White City, West London, said her son was a "wonderful boy who was her best friend".

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