Miley Cyrus Singer Miley Cyrus performs at the O2 Arena in central London May 6, 2014. Photo: REUTERS

Following the release of Miley Cyrus’ expletive-filled rant about an unidentified ex, many immediately pegged the outburst as being directed towards the singer's former fiancé, actor Liam Hemsworth. The “Bangerz“ singer, however, is telling a different tale.

Prior to performing her hit single “Wrecking Ball” at London’s G.A.Y. Club Friday night, Cyrus, 21, went on an explicit, minute-long rant, in what was originally believed to be a shout-out to the 24-year-old “Hunger Games” film star.

“Every time you get in your car, you’re going to hear my f—king song on the f—king radio, you piece of s—t,” Cyrus said, an admission which resulted in a roar from the crowd. (See the full NSFW video here.) The singer later adding, “So I’m going to tell those motherf---ers that broke my heart, particularly one, to suck my fat d—k and to enjoy hearing this song for the rest of your life… this song is called Wrecking Ball.”

Miley Cyrus Twitter Miley Cyrus denied bashing Liam Hemsworth on Twitter Tuesday. Photo: Twitter/Miley Cyrus

Despite multiple outlets iinsinuating that Cyrus' speech was bashing Hemsworth following their September 2013 split, Cyrus claims her rant was not directed towards her ex of three-years. “just FYI what I said the other night at G.A.Y. had nothing to do with Liam,” Cyrus confirmed on her official Twitter account Tuesday. “I was just trying to rile up the boys. I don’t usually respond to tabloidy stuff but this isn’t something I want being spread around. It sounded hateful but not what I meant. I never want hateful things being said about those I care about… I was just tooooo turnttttt up.”

Liam Hemsworth, Miley Cyrus Singer Miley Cyrus and actor Liam Hemsworth at the 20th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in 2012. Photo: Reuters

Cyrus, formerly of “Hannah Montana” fame, last spoke out about Hemsworth to Elle magazine in April, revealing that she felt hopeless following her split with her Australian beau and the Walt Disney network.

“When I was with (Liam) or when I was on Disney, the thing that gave me the most anxiety was not knowing what to do with myself when Disney wasn’t there to carry me anymore or if I didn’t have him,” Cyrus said, later adding that post both breakups, she now feels stronger than ever before.

“I lay in bed at night by myself and I’m totally okay, and that’s so much stronger than the person three year ago who have thought they would have died if they didn’t have a boyfriend,” she said.