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Noah Cyrus selling tears after Lil Xan breakup for $12,000

Of course it's a publicity stunt, but you have to admit it's unique.Ahead of her new EP titled "Good ...

Posted: Sep 21, 2018 1:40 PM
Updated: Sep 21, 2018 1:40 PM

Of course it's a publicity stunt, but you have to admit it's unique.

Ahead of her new EP titled "Good Cry," singer Noah Cyrus is selling some of her tears.

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But there's a limited time to grab that bottle of tears for a mere $12,000.

Cyrus, 18, put the supposed results of her emotions up for sale for 48 hours on the site for Pizzaslime, a clothing line with which is she is collaborating.

"This is approximately 12 tears made by Noah Cyrus as a result of sadness," says the description of the bottle that comes with a dropper. "Human digestion of these tears is not suggested cause tears are generally pretty salty and that would just be super f***ing weird if you drank someone else's tears."

There's also an assortment of other Cyrus-related merchandise including hoodies that say "Noah Cyrus sucks" and a "Noah Cyrus tears" mug that can be obtained for much cheaper than her tears ($10).

The assumption is that said tears are connected to the singer's recent public split with rapper Lil Xan.

The pair reportedly had only started dating in August when their breakup played out on social media this month with accusations of cheating and -- naturally -- some tearful video.

Cyrus recently posted a clip on Instagram to promote her new EP -- which she said was aptly named.

"Well... due to the circumstances i think i named this EP appropriately," a caption says. "Good cry coming sept. 21 #GoodCryEP."

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