Miley Cyrus' concert promoters have slammed reports suggesting the pop superstar's tour is in jeopardy as a result of complaints over her raunchy onstage antics, insisting the rumours are completely false. The Wrecking Ball hitmaker has been stirring up controversy on her Bangerz trek since kicking off the shows in Vancouver, Canada last week (14Feb14), by simulating oral sex on a man wearing a Bill Clinton face mask, groping a backing dancer's butt and parading around the stage in skimpy costumes, including one leotard with a cannabis leaf design. Bloggers at Australia's The Fix claimed her management team had been inundated with messages from angry parents over the explicit show amid rumours some U.S. venue bosses were threatening to pull the plug on her gigs. However, executives at Live Nation have moved to silence the accusations and have given their full backing to the former Hannah Montana star in a statement issued to Eonline.com, which reads: "There is no truth whatsoever to any stories or rumors of venues pulling out of the Bangerz Tour. "Miley has created a tour that's big, spectacular, entertaining and everything you would expect from Miley Cyrus. Reviews have been amazing and most important, fans are loving the show and having a great time." And Cyrus, who will continue the trek in Anaheim, California on Thursday night (20Feb14), has addressed the allegations herself on her Twitter.com blog, making light of the claims by writing, "You can't say I didn't warn you. Now sit back relax & enjoy the show. #bangerztour... "Save your complaints for the McDonalds drive thru when they forget the 'fries with that' (sic)."