Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' tour only kicked off this past Friday (Feb 14th) in Vancouver, Canada, and it is already causing controversy.

The risqué show, which sees the 21 year-old perform explicit actions and in her standard provocative outfits, is not what all fans hoped to see.

MusicFix has exclusively learned that Cyrus' management team are getting flooded with complaints and requests to cancel the rest of the tour as people think she has gone "too far".

A source close to Miley's team told the music site, "Miley's management have been flooded with complaints, mainly from parents, since her tour began last week in Canada with calls for the entire tour to be axed."

Adding, "Her team, including management, record label execs and the entire tour staff including the director, costume department and choreographers - have been called for an emergency meeting as arenas across the US threaten to pull out of the show."

So why is the show, which there is no age limit to, causing such a fuss amongst concerned parents?

Well so far, the 'We Can't Stop' singer sported a leotard printed with marijuana leaves and wore a golden cannabis leaf around her neck while twerking on her fury animal friends.

The next shock-and-awe moment came when Cyrus straddled on top of an actor portraying former President Bill Clinton and held her mic in a provocative manner next to the impersonator's crotch while pretending to perform oral sex.

That isn't all, at her show in Tacoma, North West US, on Sunday (Feb 16th), Miley spotted a red thong on stage that had been thrown by one of the concertgoers. But instead of getting rid of the piece of underwear, the 'Wrecking Ball' singer proceeded to wrap it around her microphone and put it in her mouth.

Will the singer's management team decide to mark drastic changes following these complaints?

It could be doubtful as the source adds, "The problem is Miley loves to shock so she decided to take it to the extreme for her Bangerz tour but this time she may have taken it too far."