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Despite claiming that Miley Cyrus slammed Beyonce and her bootylicious curves, a British magazine is now admitting its faked quotes are, in fact, fake.

When the Bey-dissing "Miley" quotes hit the Internet on Thursday (Sample: "She's been out for such a long time, I'm just better!") they sent off an online "no she didn't!!" sh-tstorm. That was followed by a series of tweets from Miley herself telling the world that no, she actually didn't.

"How are people allowed to make up sh-t?" she tweeted. "Imagine if I said I got 'the looks and the curves and I'm just better [than Beyonce].' Bahahahah. I'm getting 2 the bottom of this."

Well, Britain's Love Magazine beat her to it by admitting the quotes were made up. But even though they began this scandal by printing the fabricated quotes, they have no idea whatsoever where this false information came from. "Miley Cyrus never said anything to us about Beyonce," the mag tweeted. "The quotes were made up and we're trying to get to the bottom of where this came from."

Hint: Ask the writer and/or editor of the piece.