Miley Cyrus Promises to Care for Janice Freeman’s Daughter After ‘Voice’ Alum Dies From Blood Clot

Janice Freeman will forever be part of Miley Cyrus‘ life.

On Monday, the “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” singer posted a sweet tribute to “The Voice” alum, who died from an apparent blood clot over the weekend. Cyrus vowed to care for the family Freeman left behind, specifically her 12-year-old daughter, Hannah.

“To hug you one more time @janicefreeman …. I made a promise to you here on earth and will keep that promise as you watch from heaven. To take care of your precious little girl, my baby sister. To shine light on your husband and mother when days are dark! I love you,” Cyrus, 26, penned.

Freeman, who appeared on Season 13 of the NBC singing competition series, was part of Cyrus’ team. Earlier this year, Freeman shared that Cyrus had found them “placement until we found permanent housing, gave me the deposit, covered me for 6 months so I can get on my feet,” according to The Blast.

Cyrus also posted a separate note Monday in honor of her late friend.

“Janice, you’re my star! I will never give up on you. Ever. I am no longer your coach, I never was ….. YOU constantly taught me. You’ve been my coach on how to love, on how to persevere, on how to fight for what I want and never let even my own body get in the way. Anything is possible if it’s being done with faith. You are my world. I will never forget you or stop loving you. I am forever yours, Miley,” she wrote.

SOURCE: Page Six – Jaclyn Hendricks