The singer acknowledges that she has a privileged position, so she does not experience the crisis like the rest of her compatriots.

Singer Miley Cyrus says her experience with the global crisis of COVID-19 “is not like that of most others” in the United States.

The “Wrecking ball” singer spoke to WSJ magazine. Cyrus said his “unique” state is the reason he doesn’t have to face the daily obstacles that most have to go through.

“I know I am in a unique position, and my experience with this pandemic is not like that of others in my country and around the world,” said Cyrus, who is currently isolating herself with her boyfriend Cody Simpson.

The singer says that although her life is on hiatus, she has no idea what this crisis is like.

She added: “My life has been delayed, but I really have no idea what this pandemic is like … I’m comfortable in my space and I can put food on my table and (I’m) financially stable, and that’s just not the story for many people “

During the shutdown, Cyrus has turned to social media to entertain fans with his Instagram Live series “Bright Minded.”