She is known for taking chances with her clothing ensembles.
But Miley Cyrus opted for a dressed-down, makeup-free look while visiting a group of her friends in Malibu on Thursday.
The 28-year-old hitmaker impressively balanced a drink on top of her phone as she stepped out of her car and made her way towards her pal’s place.
Stepping out: Miley Cyrus went makeup-free while heading to her friend’s house in Malibu on Thursday
Cyrus donned a stark white t-shirt that exposed a slight portion of her impressively toned tummy.
Continuing the look, the Wrecking Ball singer paired her top with a matching set of sweat pants that covered up her sculpted legs.
She added a little bit of contrast to her clothing ensemble with leather loafers that stood out in the shining California sun.
The Disney Channel alum’s usually free-flowing blonde locks remained tied back in a tight bun during her outing.
Keeping it consistent: The songwriter sported a stark white t-shirt and a pair of matching sweat pants during the outing
Luscious locks: Her typically free-flowing blonde hair remained tied back in a tight bun while she made her way towards her pal’s place
Cyrus’ outing comes just a day after she offered to educate rapper DaBaby following a controversy regarding his homophobic comments at the recently-held Rolling Loud festival in Miami.
During his set, which occurred last month, the 29-year-old made several remarks about HIV/AIDS and the LGBT community as a whole.
Following the show, several organizers of other concerts dropped the hitmaker from their respective lineups and issued statements condemning his comments.
The rapper later took to his Instagram and apologized for his actions and expressed that he would be educating himself about the subjects he discussed.
Lending a hand: Cyrus recently offered to educate DaBaby following a controversy stemming from his comments at the recently-held Rolling Loud festival
On Wednesday, Cyrus shared a lengthy statement to her own account, which began with her expressing that she had a history of being receptive to people with other viewpoints.
‘As a proud and loyal member of the LGBTQIA+ community, much of my life has been dedicated to encouraging love, acceptance, and open mindedness,’ she wrote.
The Party In The U.S.A. singer went on to speak about the dangers of the internet as a whole and noted that it ‘can fuel a lot of hate & anger and is the nucleus of cancel culture.’
Letting him know: The Disney Channel alum shared a lengthy message that was directed at the rapper to her Instagram account on Wednesday
The songstress then noted that she had high hopes for the internet as well, as she remarked that ‘it can also be a place filled with education, conversation, communication and connection.’
Cyrus also noted that it was ‘easier to cancel someone than to find forgiveness and compassion in ourselves or take the time to change hearts and minds.’
She concluded her message by noting that she was dedicated to educating herself about further topics concerning the LGBT community.
Expressing her opinion: In the statement, Cyrus wrote that it was ‘easier to cancel someone than to find forgiveness and compassion’
The singer wrote: ‘There’s no more room for division if we want to keep seeing progress!’ Knowledge is power! I know I still have so much to learn!’
Cyrus also encouraged DaBaby to ‘check your DMS’ and that she ‘would love to talk and see how we can learn from each other and help be part of making a more just and understanding future!’
The hitmaker’s fans had a mixed response to the post, with some commending her willingness to discuss the issue with the rapper and others encouraging her to let him face the consequences for his actions.
Mixed reception: Although some of Cyrus’ fans commended her for reaching out to DaBaby, others encouraged her to leave him alone