Instagramming a Kimoji of Kim's booty, Miley managed to throw shade at all the women involved while simultaneously bringing attention to International Women's Day on Tuesday.
"Dear women, you ALL are acting tacky AF!" Miley, 23, wrote. "Why don't we overly (myself included) fortunate women come together and try to create and bring jobs to other women in desperate need of them so they can support not only THEMSELVES but their families!"
"#happyinternationalwomensday, can we all put the c**tiness aside for one f**king day and love / celebrate one another!" she added. "PS no matter how hard you (or myself) work, NEVER will I feel I am worthy of the comfort I live in.... Because so many others, while I tuck myself in at night, are laying their head on the pavement, dreaming of all the things we take for granted every day. Much love to all my women!!!!"
Of course, Miley's not the only celebrity giving her two cents on the feud. Kim has been getting plenty of support from her fellow celebs, including Scream Queens star Abigail Breslin, who tweeted on Monday, "Slut shaming isn't chill ever."
"Anybody who tries to say how a woman chooses to display their OWN body is wrong, is severely misinformed and misguided," Abigail, 19, also wrote. "If a guy posts a shirtless picture, people say how 'steamy' and 'hot' it is. But if a woman chooses to do that, it's setting a bad example?"
"We as HUMANS need to support each other and our individual choices. Not just men supporting just men and just women supporting just women," she added. "Let me rephrase: it isn't fair to condone one person for expressing their beauty/body and condemn another for doing the same."
Anybody who tries to say how a woman chooses to display their OWN body is wrong, is severely misinformed and misguided.
"The implication is that to be sexual is to be trashy because being sexy means playing into men's desires. To me, 'sexy' is a kind of beauty, a kind of self-expression, one that is to be celebrated, one that is wonderfully female," Emily wrote at the time.
"Love when a man comments on a woman's decision to post a nude photo. Her body, her career. Sexist bullsh*t," Emily, 24, tweeted on Tuesday. "Someone should be reading my Lenny letter and taking a lesson in what it means to be a woman and sexual in our culture. Ehem."
The Gone Girl star also took to task those presuming Kim's husband, Kanye West, wrote Kim's feisty tweets for her.
Modern Family star Ariel Winter, 18, was just as vocal about her support for Kim on Tuesday.
"No one was body shaming @justinbieber when he posted his nude guitar photo so why @KimKardashian? #herbodyherchoice #InternationalWomensDay," Ariel tweeted. "I think everyone, men and women, should have the right to choose what they do with their bodies -- and not be criticized."
Bella Thorne weighed in on the beef early Tuesday morning, tagging both Chloe and Kim in her tweets.
"I think every woman should be allowed to make their own choices with their OWN bodies soo... ," the 18-year-old former Disney star tweeted. "And it's not our place to tell them what they can and can't do with their body."