DC baker calls out Miley Cyrus over 'abortion is healthcare' cake design
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Miley Cyrus is pledging to give a Washington, D.C.-area baker credit after being accused of ripping off her design for an "abortion is healthcare" cake. 

Becca Rea-Holloway says an Instagram post from the "We Can't Stop" singer features a near-exact replica of her design for the pink icing and rainbow sprinkle-topped confection.

Cyrus, 26, used the image in a Tuesday Instagram post she shared with her more than 94 million followers to promote the launch of a new sweatshirt collaboration with Marc Jacobs benefitting Planned Parenthood. 


The singer’s team later commented on her post, saying she “didn’t realize” the error and would make sure Rea-Holloway, of D.C.'s Baked and Wired, gets “all the credit you deserve" for the design.

The baking pro, however, calls the move a "different thing."

"Compensation would be ideal," Rea-Holloway said in an interview with Washingtonian magazine. "But definitely public recognition."

Cyrus has teamed up with Jacobs for previous projects to raise money for Planned Parenthood, including a 2016 portrait series featuring her image.

Planned Parenthood is facing a number of legal battles with legislatures in several states — including Alabama and Georgia, among others — over measures aimed at restricting abortion access.