As British Columbia plans to increase the number of wolves it culls to save endangered caribou, a pop singer has come out to criticize the strategy. Miley Cyrus of “Wrecking Ball” fame travelled to B.C. in September to discuss the wolf cull with members of Klemtu. And earlier that month she took to Instagram with a petition from Pacific Wild to stop the wolf kill. In response, Premier Christy Clark said Cyrus didn’t know enough about the province’s environmental plan to be a source of good information in the debate. “If we need help on our twerking policy in the future, perhaps we can go and seek her advice,” said Clark.