Miley Cyrus: Does She Make Drug References In Her New Song?

Mon, June 3, 2013 3:15pm EDT by 39 Comments
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Jasmyne

Posted at 9:43 PM on March 19, 2014  

I new miely was doing drugs because she did that wrecking ball video naked

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Hannah

Posted at 3:49 PM on August 30, 2013  

It’s kind of obvious that she is talking about drugs, especially since Miley herself said she was. She said in an interview that the line is only “dancin with miley” if you are ten and don’t know what molly is. Plus, regardless of the molly phrase, doing a line in the bathroom is obviously drug-related.

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Kim Morrison

Posted at 2:42 PM on August 27, 2013  

She’s saying miley…… if yall really need to know why don’t you ask her She is the one singing the song So why not go to the source instead of publishing it all over the internet…. she’s a person too…

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Bonnie Parker

Posted at 12:38 PM on August 8, 2013  

I understand Miley is young, and I also think she is a good vocalist. I think it is a shame that she thinks it makes her cool with the fans because she is singing about being free and using drugs. She is certainly not a role model I would want if I had grandchildren, because I think she lacks real confidence and the song protests too much about the right to live, speak, and do whatever you want. I was 21 once and thought I knew everything. Now I am 56 years old, and realize that I didn’t know everything then and I still don’t. Hopefully she will mature and not get into trouble with what she thinks is recreational drug use. It’s unfortunate that this song speaks to a vast amount of young people who think it’s great to do whatever you want, no matter who it affects or hurts in your life. ’nuff said………

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