Miley Cyrus Selena Gomez Feud: Cyrus Allegedly Claims Voting Is Rigged After Losing To Gomez At MuchMusic Video Awards

2:07 PM EDT 6/16/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Miley Cyrus appears to be bitter over her recent loss to Selena Gomez at the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards.

After Gomez was given the award for Favorite International Artist/Group, Cyrus, who was also nominated for the award, took to her Twitter, where she posted a message to fans about rigged voting.

"Wigged woting wis wack wust wayin," Cyrus wrote. The message, which reads, "Rigged voting is whack just saying," when taken out of duck language, seems to be in direct relation to Cyrus' loss at Sunday night's award show.

Earlier this month, Cyrus made headlines after reportedly slamming Gomez during one of her Bangerz Tour performances. During the show, Cyrus was seen dancing with a cardboard cutout of Gomez, singing her song, "FU."

Although it has yet to be revealed what the pair is feuding over, the drama between them may have been started when Cyrus was seen hanging out with Gomez's on-again, off-again boyfriend, Justin Bieber.

Earlier in the week, the official Twitter account for the MuchMusic Video Awards sent out a message, insisting to fans that their voting was in no way rigged.

"Anyone saying our voting is 'rigged' should know that we have our own reliable tracking system," the message read.

Meanwhile, Gomez is taking the high road, choosing to stay silent, both in regard to her feud with Cyrus and Cyrus' recent comment about rigged voting. She did, however, take to Instagram to thank fans for her award on Monday afternoon.

"Canada! Why the heck are y'all SO amazing?! Thank YOU, thank YOU. Ill be right back.. Just wait #MUCHMUSIC," she wrote.

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