Miley Cyrus has allegedly had enough of her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus.

In its Sept. 26 issue, National Enquirer claimed that the father and daughter had a huge falling out this past summer. After all, they got into a heated argument and did not have the opportunity to resolve their issues.

“Miley simply has had enough of her dad. Things were already tense between Miley and Billy Ray but they had a blow-up this summer. There hasn’t been a word between them since. Miley told him she always felt like he was trying to cash in on her fame, dating back to when she played Hannah Montana on TV. She believes Tish is the one who looked out for her. It’s a huge rift that may never heal,” the source said.

In recent weeks, there have been rumors claiming that Miley and her dad had a falling out and it allegedly had something to do with Billy Ray and Tish’s divorce.

This is the third time that the couple announced that they were splitting. But during the first two times that they tried to end their marriage, the couple decided not to push through with their plans.

So, this time around there’s also hope for the couple to once again change their minds and not push through with their divorce.

But if push comes to shove, sources are convinced that Miley will side with her mom because her dad has caused their family too much pain and drama.

However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. There’s no proof that Miley is siding with her mom over the divorce. There’s also no reason for the “Wrecking Ball” singer to pick a side because Tish and Billy Ray are her parents.

It’s not also true that Billy Ray took advantage of his daughter’s career and success especially when she was still in Hannah Montana. These claims were created to make it seem as though there’s more drama within the Cyrus household even if this isn’t the case.

Miley is on good terms with her parents. And it’s not true that there’s tension between them at home. In fact, Tish and Billy Ray are still friends and their decision to file for divorce seems amicable.