YouTube icon Miranda Sings announced the official release date of her Netflix sitcom Haters Back Off via music video. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air beware; Haters Back Of is coming for your legacy, and it looks like Will Smith isn't the only actor who can spit a mean verse...
Singer, actor, dancer, magician, model, and America's sweetheart Miranda Sings made waves earlier this year when she announced that she'd be gracing Netflix with a scripted series. Titled Haters Back Off, the show promises to delve into the life of the renowned popstar and her inner circle. With this in mind, it should come as no surprise that it is the most anticipated cinematic release since Titanic...
Since the official announcement in January few other details have surfaced regarding the show. Fans were aware that Miranda was recording the show in Canada; however, a release date was unclear. Now that is no longer the case! Sings has announced a release date for the project, and it is only a few months away!
Miranda Sings decided to share the announcement the way that she does best: via song! So the songstress layered on her red lisstick (that's lipstick, peasants) and hit the streets to drop a rap about the project.
"I'm Miranda and I'm on YouTube / I've got a tour, a book, a hat, and so I'm better than you" Sings bragged over the track's fat beat, proving that she is not only #Blessed, but also self-aware. After listing her other positive attributes, Sings turns the attention to Haters Back Off.
Although she was hesitant to share the big news (she is a YouTuber, and they're big on secrets after all), Sings finally decided to come clean. Haters Back Off is set to debut on October 14, 2016!
Hop into your Daddy Saddles and check out the official music video below!
The exciting news closes out a fantastic week for the celebrity. Earlier this week Sings put her modeling chops to use and served face on the cover of Variety Magazine. Wearing her trademark red sweatpants and with her lisstick heavily applied, the top model joyfully spread her arms and confidently smirked at the camera from behind a swath of lipstick prints. The artist is currently holding court at VidCon, where she is making a handful of scheduled appearances for her Mirfandas.
Meanwhile Sings's alter-ego/frenemy Colleen Ballinger continues to follow in the red-lipped siren's shadow. Ballinger also appeared in the pages of Variety and will be making appearances alongside Sings at Vidcon.
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