Last Saturday, Miley Cyrus made her debut as a 'Saturday Night Live' host. As PopCrush recently reported, the 'Party in the USA' singer took shots at other stars during her musical monologue.

In one part of the opening monologue, Cyrus targeted actress Lindsay Lohan -- and the 'Mean Girls' starlet did not take them lightly. Cyrus poked fun at Lohan by singing, "I never stole a necklace or got a DUI." This comment references Lohan's drunken escapades as well as her most recent run-in with the law after she supposedly stole a necklace from a jewelry store.

According to TMZ, Lohan was hurt by Miley's comments, and Lohan has written an email to 'SNL' producer Lorne Michaels expressing her feelings. Sources have told TMZ that Lohan "considered Lorne a mentor and a father figure -- and felt betrayed that he would let Miley mock her on TV."

Even if Lohan took the comments to heart, chances are it wasn't Cyrus herself who wrote the ditty. Staff writers at 'SNL' are usually the ones who write the opening monologues for hosts. At least Lohan didn't go after Cyrus and instead wrote her concerns to Michaels, who apparently has not written a response to her email as of yet.

Watch Miley Cyrus' Opening Monologue on 'Saturday Night Live'