Miley Cyrus loves molly, calls herself ‘iconic,’ ‘creepy, sexy baby,’ & ‘the homey’

Miley Cyrus

I should’ve known Larry Rudolph was going to milk Miley Cyrus’ Rolling Stone cover for longer than a few days. We already covered the photo shoot and Miley’s interview about dancing badly on purpose and not trying to be sexy at the VMAs. She then Instagrammed the foot tattoo she got during the interview.

Now Rolling Stone has released a ton of additional quotes that never made it into the interview. Miley confesses to really, really loving drugs. We already knew about her weed fixation, but she admits to loving Molly and (I think) trying coke. She also owns up to something I’ve found really gross about her — intentionally sexualizing childhood motifs — like it’s a good thing. Miley talks about licking that sledgehammer and how her “iconic” video is as good as Sinead O’Connor’s truly iconic work. Miley sets herself apart from Beyonce as a true “homey.” She admits being addicted to paparazzi attention. It’s so cray. These quotes are epic:

She’s a sexy baby: “I know what I’m doing. I know I’m shocking you. When I’m dressed in that teddy bear thing, I think that’s funny. I was saying yesterday, I had this obsession about this character that’s like an adult baby. Like if you see a baby do something like that it’s so warped and weird, but there’s something creepily hot about it. So when I’m in that teddy bear suit, I’m like a creepy, sexy baby. But I forget that it’s, like, people in Kansas watching the show. That people that sit their kid in front of the TV and are like, ‘Oh, an awards show! Let’s watch.’”

On drugs: “I think weed is the best drug on earth. One time I smoked a joint with peyote in it, and I saw a wolf howling at the moon. Hollywood is a coke town, but weed is so much better. And molly, too. Those are happy drugs – social drugs. They make you want to be with friends. You’re out in the open. You’re not in a bathroom. I really don’t like coke. It’s so gross and so dark. It’s like what are you, from the ’90s? Ew.”

On the “Wrecking Ball” video: “It’s the opposite of the VMAs. It’s like the Sinead O’Connor video [for "Nothing Compares 2 U"], but, like, the most modern version. I wanted it to be tough but really pretty – that’s what Sinead did with her hair and everything. The trick is getting the camera up above you, so it almost looks like you’re looking up at someone and crying. I think people are going to hate it, they’re going to see my ass and be like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe she did that” — and then when we get to the bridge, they’re gonna have a little tear and be like, “F— you!’ I think it will be one of those iconic videos too. I think it’s something that people are not gonna forget. Hopefully an artist 30 years from now will be like ‘Yo you remember that Miley Cyrus video? We gotta do something like that.’ That sledgehammer was heavy as sh-t, though. My arms were so sore the next day. And they didn’t tell me it was painted, so I was licking it, and they were like, ‘Don’t lick that!’”

She loves LA: “The thing about L.A. is it’s pretty much always nice out here. Even when it was 100 the other day, I loved it. It felt good. I worked on my album in Philly, and I would take the train to New York on the weekends, and I’d get off the train and immediately want to die. I would just hate my life. And I’m from Nashville, which is kind of similar — when it’s hot, it’s f—ing miserable. But Nashville at least it kind of rains in the summer. I don’t even remember the last time it rained out here. I always wondered how those big-ass fires start in L.A., and then I’ll throw my cigarette out the window or something, and I’m like ‘There it is.’”

She admits she craves attention: “I said I was going to take a year off before I made this record. But it’s hard to take a break. It’s almost depressing when you’re not working. You’re so used to people calling your name, and that energy, and when you don’t have it anymore … That’s why I never complain about people wanting autographs or pictures. Because if there were a few days where no one asked, I’d probably be like ‘What the f–’s going on? Do people not like me?’ I hate the paparazzi – but when they’re not sitting there waiting for you, you’re like ‘Who’s bigger news? Who are you trying to get a picture of?’”

She’s the “homey”: “I want to be the cool chick that everyone wants to be friends with. I want the people who watch my shows or watch my videos to be like, “She looks like the most fun person to hang out with ever. I want to be that girl’s best friend. I want to party with her.” It’s like, if you’re hanging out with Beyonce, it’s almost like you’re hanging out with a goddess. She’s like a real queen. It’s a different realm. Where my thing is kind of the opposite. My shtick is I’m the homey.”

On the press: “My parents have never allowed tabloids in the house. When my mom used to have assistants or whatever and they would bring tabloids over, she would be like, “Can’t work with us. I don’t want my kids reading that.” So my dad doesn’t really know what they’re saying about me or our family – which is better. It’s good that he doesn’t know how to Google and all that sh-t. My dad barely knows how to use the computer. It literally takes him 45 minutes to send a tweet.”

Her amazing work ethic: “I’m just around music all the time. Even today, I woke up this morning, went in to my jam room, and I just jammed. I’ll sit in there and jam all day. My chef loves it, ’cause every morning I’m down there playing the piano. I’m writing pretty much all the time. Sometimes I think other people don’t get it — to them, it seems like all I do is work. But you can’t shut off from this.”

[From Rolling Stone]

There is so much stuff here that I cannot even begin to parse, so I’ll let it stand on its own merits. The last part about Miley always writing is hilarious because she doesn’t write most of her songs. She can’t even keep her own delusional stories straight.

The Miley and Liam Hemsworth breakup has taken an interesting turn in the tabloids. Usually when a couple splits, the tabs break all kinds of revelations (both true and false). Here Miley’s team leaked so many details through strategically planned magazine interviews. The very day the news broke, Miley’s Bazaar interview surfaced as a harbinger of doom. This week’s Fashion interview put it right out there about Miley wanting out in February. For Liam’s part, he wasted no time making out with a new piece in public.

Now the tabs are scrambling to play catch up on a story that’s already run its course. Basically they’re making sh-t up at this point. Let’s do bullet points:

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* OK! magazine ran a really awful story this week about “Miley’s baby trap.” The tale says Liam was “ready to break up” in early spring until “a positive home pregnancy test changed everything.” Of course Miley had “trapped Liam in the relationship, telling him that if he left her alone, she’d tell the world that he had abandoned her at such a delicate time.” I don’t believe this story at all, and Gossip Cop has posted a denial. Miley was looking forward to twerking onstage while wearing nothing. She wouldn’t jeopardize her exploding career with a bandaid baby.

* The Enquirer says Liam picked a real prize in Eiza Gonzalez, who is the “Mexican Miley.” Eiza starred in a Hannah Montana-esque show where she played a teen rock star living a double life. She has also been hospitalized several times for bulimia so severe it has “left her unconscious.”

* In Touch says Miley lost it after her performance at iHeartRadio last weekend: “She locked herself in her cressing room, and everyone could hear her screaming, crying and smashing things like she was having a complete breakdown.” I think Miley may have freaked out and could be headed for a breakdown, but it probably has little to do with Liam.

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Miley Cyrus

Photos courtesy of Rolling Stone, OK! magazine & WENN

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  1. Rita says:

    At least her freakin’ tongue ain’t hanging out!!!!!

  2. brin says:

    She can also call herself over-exposed.

    • Amelia says:

      With a hefty dose of ‘delusional’ thrown in for good measure.

    • Hakura says:

      @brin – I don’t believe the words ‘over-exposed‘ exist in her (surely vast) vocabulary.

      • Spooky says:

        I have to admit, I’m actually a little bit surprised by how un-self-aware she is… I had been assuming she was “in on the joke,” but now I fully believe she’s a tool of marketing and will end badly soon enough.

      • Hakura says:

        @Spooky – I have no doubt she’s a tool…for marketing, I mean. >_> But I don’t think it’s *all* her management, they just aren’t correcting/warning her about her decisions in what she does in the public eye (not that she’d listen to a word of it anyway).

        There are just too many blurred lines to know for sure…(No, I couldn’t help myself. Yes, I deserve to be punished for the awful pun-reference xD ) I know this is a sort of far-fetched, but after her tearful performance at the iHeartRadio thing (which showed her not wearing water-proof mascara)… I have to wonder if Miley is just playing a big ‘role’, acting out a ‘character’ so she can stand out & be something people are talking about. Her last personna (seen in the ‘Cant Be Tamed’ & ‘Who Owns My Heart’ (songs I liked, good workout/dance-club music) videos) was trying to break free of the Disney image, but didn’t quite ‘take’. (When these songs were brought up in an interview more recently, she acted totally embarrassed of them for some reason).

    • gefeylich says:

      Well, Lohan hasn’t gone away yet, so I have a feeling that we haven’t even scratched the surface of “over-exposed” with Cyrus.

      What I find amusing is that she must have seen the 30 Rock episode in which guest star Cristin Milioti played a seemingly-clueless sexpot writer who called herself “a very sexy baby.” I can’t see Cyrus coming up with “creepy sexy baby” on her own.

  3. Bopit says:

    glamorizing drugs. I CAN’T. there is nothing pretty about drugs at all – whether they be “happy social” ones or “dark” ones.

    • Trillion says:

      I actually liked that part of the interview. I love and hate the same drugs as she does for the same reasons. Pot is amazing. Coke, no thank you. (yes, I’m a productive member of society and a mom). To imply all drugs across the board are dark and awful is not accurate.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        I’m ok with her love of weed but one could make a solid argument that it’s pretty irresponsible to promote molly, a drug which has resulted in four deaths over the past summer alone.

      • Pia says:

        Weed really is the best, but I hate it when people like this promote it, because it just confirms negative stereotypes about pot smokers to people who aren’t willing to do any research about it on their own. I agree that the promotion of molly is not cool, even though I did it once and it was amazing. Turns out lately people in my area are selling bath salts and calling it molly so I will NEVER ever touch it again.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        “but I hate it when people like this promote it, because it just confirms negative stereotypes about pot smokers to people who aren’t willing to do any research about it on their own.”

        Agreed but mostly, I really don’t care about what uneducated people think about weed (or anything really). If they think Miley is representing the average pot-smoker then they really need to get out more.

      • Marty says:

        But isn’t Molly really dangerous because it’s such a pure substance? Like it’s not a drug you should or could take every week because it could really mess up your brain?

      • Amelia says:

        Miley’s all over the place at the moment, I wouldn’t be surprised if she’s lying about the weed love and is in fact, coked up to her eyeballs most of the time.
        Or on Molly. Whatever the hell that is, I can’t be arsed to look it up.

      • Leila in Wunderland says:

        Wait, four people died this summer from molly? Just from taking a little, or did they overdose?

      • Anthea says:

        Leila, most people use it without too much trouble, but it’s a risky drug. It can be cut with anything, most MDMA tablets are not really very pure, they can contain other drugs so the effects can be erratic, but the main danger is dehydration or drowning from drinking too much water. Leah Bettes is a famous example of this.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Guys-you need to understand that “there is no good batch of Molly.”

        Not trying to be preachy about it since I had plenty of fun with drugs back in the day but just know you’re taking a risk with this shit, that’s all.

      • bettyrose says:

        Seriously, no one is going to comment that her issue with coke is that it’s like from the 90s? Ew, old people drugs, like, gross, okay?

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        I know, plus the glaring hypocrisy in using “the 90s” as an insult, given the fact that her entire wardrobe is very Salt-N-Pepa circa 1990. No shade on S&P.

        Great, now I have “Let’s Talk About Sex” stuck in my head. Damn you, bettyrose! *shakes fist*

      • Lauren says:

        Molly is dangerous in part because most of it is not pure and it can contain mostly contaminants, some of which are potentially toxic or lethal.

      • Mia says:

        @OG Kitten- I agree that that Molly is often being cut with crazy and toxic shit. But no matter what there is going to be amoron willing to take a chance with their lives in order to get high. And because because Molly can be addictive. I wish the DEA would do better. Instead of completely criminalizing drug use, they could at least provide education on what certan drugs actually look like and testing kits to people who are going to use it anyway. Dancesafe has coalesced with a lot of festivals to provide education and kits for people to test their drugs. On their website they have pics up of different drugs and sell testing kits there too.

        And as for Miley making fun of people using coke back in the 90′s, this trick has jacked her entire current style from the worst fashion’s of the 90′s, lol. Including her RIDICULOUS use of homie. She wishes looked at good as Salt and Peppa did back in the day.

      • Mia says:

        @Trillion- Yep, I definitely agree about the weed.

      • Kathryn says:

        No actual “productive member of society” actually calls themselves that. Besides all drugs alter your brain, nervous system, etc. I’m not anti-weed, but anything manufactured like coke, molly, etc. is bad. Yeah, maybe you can take molly and live and feel good, but you’re still altering your body and long-term effects are unknown since it’s more pure and “newer”, and also being cut with crazy sh-t. Maybe you don’t look cracked out like Lindsay Lohan, but any drug is f-cking up the inside of body…just because you can’t see/feel it yet doesn’t mean it’s good for you.

      • Trillion says:

        No actual productive member of society calls themselves that? Huh. Looks like you’re dead wrong on this one. Better luck next time.

      • nicegirl says:

        Productive members of society, UNITE!

        Go Trillion

      • Dommy Dearest says:

        The more these idiotic celebrities continue to label marijuana as a ‘drug’ the people who are still gullible to believe that it’s harmful are going to continue to remain ignorant to it’s true properties. Labeling it a drug is putting it in the same category with actual drugs such as cocaine, molly, meth, pills, etc.

        Miley’s referencing weed does nothing more than make her look like that one girl in school who says she does this and that. She maybe smokes but I doubt she smokes as much as she lets on. Real smokers don’t go around saying ‘Oh I burn all the time’, just the try hard wannabes (which goes for anything else they so proudly claim they do). Stop covering up your cocaine use with Mary-Jane, Miley. Everyone pretty much sees through your transparent antics.

        @Amelia: Molly is pure ecstacy basically. Ecstacy is molly (mdma)stepped on with different things and made into a pill. I’ve done X once or twice but never molly. X, molly, and mdma fry your brain to the point you’ll never get that part back.

      • WendyNerd says:

        Weed is great. But the Molly stuff is awful. I had an old childhood friend who lost a kidney to Molly.

      • Mia says:

        Geez. I’m not sure why my comment looks so mangled up and incoherent but basically what I’m trying to say is: Yes, a good amount of Molly being sold is cut with crazy and toxic shit but the DEA needs to do better. Criminalizing drugs and telling people not to take them does not work, because there will always be a moron willing to take a chance with their lives in order to get high and have a better party experience. Not to mention that Molly can be an addictive substance.

        The DEA needs to start participating in harm reduction and education. Dancesafe has been coalescing with festivals for years in order to provide education and kits for people to test their drugs. They also have a website where they have pictures of what different drugs look like and where they also sell drug testing kits

    • snakecharmer says:

      mdma , x, molly can really fry your brain. i have known people who were permanently altered from prolonged use.

      • connie says:

        This exactly. I don’t think that most people realize molly is just the newest, coolest, ‘sneakiest’ name for x… is it cool? yeah, it’s alright. It also puts holes in your brain after very little usage.

        To answer upthread: my guess would be the deaths were likely somehow linked to dehydration. I could be totally wrong, but that has been the case in the past

      • Anthea says:

        Yep, me too. It’s not the case for everyone, but some people can react badly to it.

      • Sam says:

        I think it’s long-term effects are probably worse than anything it does immediately. When I worked in counseling, we used to get a lot of former X or MDMA users who came in with very serious depressions. Eventually, research came out that suggests that because those drugs stimulate the production of pleasurable neurotransmitters in the brain (like serotonin and dopamine), your brain will actually adjust to the drug’s stimulus and the artificially high levels. Thus, when you don’t have the drug, you feel as though you’re in a deficit and crash down. It really is frightening to see up close. Many of them were just so depressed, and nothing could really help them.

      • Belle Epoch says:

        YES YES YES. Miley is making it look OK to do Molly but that stuff messes up your brain forever. We’re going to be seeing a lot of extremely depressed people who have no serotonin left in their brains. MTV did an excellent show years ago showing a scan of a girl’s brain with HOLES IN IT. She will never be normal again.

        How many people think Miley is headed for a breakdown?

    • karmasabiatch! says:

      Guys, this is too true. MDMA, “Molly”, ecxtasy…all the same thing and all are lab/ bathtub-created drugs now. The last “pure” batch was manufactured in the 80′s by Lemmon Pharmaceuticals. Much like the theme of Breaking Bad, the quality and purity varies and can be cut with a crapload of dangerous fillers.

      I know of which I speak. Back in college, my friends and I thought this was da sh!t. But at least we were using pharmaceutical manufactured scripts, not the junk Miley & Co. promotes. This is dangerous, stupid and irresponsible on her part to classify this drug as something “harmless”. it’s NOT.

  4. Quinn says:

    Kind of pitiful, kind of disgusting…and she needs to rethink her belief that she is sexy.

    • Spooks says:

      She’s doing this all on purpose, right?

      • Quinn says:

        I’m not sure she’s smart enough to be that calculating…she’s no Madonna, and NO…Madonna’s not particularly smart either-just a brilliant self-promotor. I think Miley would certainly like us to believe she’s planned this out, but I don’t buy it at all.

      • Amy Tennant says:

        I’m still holding out some hope that at least some of this is trolling.

      • RocketMerry says:

        Yeah, she is. That’s why I don’t even bother getting all worked up over anything she does and says.

        This is all Good Ole Larry, as previously pointed out by Kaiser, trying to copy his own old strategy (the one he used for Britney).
        Except Miley is NOT the type to understand how to “imply” and be a tad more “subtle” (and even Britney wasn’t the subtlest of them all); so she goes and yells out the rooftops “I’m a sexy baby!”, which is, no doubt, pretty much how Larry explained his marketing strategy to her.

        Yeah, she ain’t no Britney though, is she Lar?

      • Leila in Wunderland says:

        This is such a weird but epic interview!
        I love/hate it. I do think she’s more approachable than Beyoncé, but Beyoncé is way more mature, has more sense, and is more talented than her.

        I hope she’s not doing ecstasy all the time. Once in a while might not be bad, but it’s not something that you want to be doing several times every week.

        I don’t buy the intouch story, because it’s way too predictable- I’m good at predicting what kind of rumors the tabloids will spin after a celebrity does or says something, or after something happens. When Miley cried during her performance, I knew some tabloid would make a story about her being broken up over Liam and being just oh so distraught and broken backstage. I also predict that within the next month, there will be a tabloid saying that Miley’s in this nasty feud with Eiza Gonzales.

        Do you guys think she’s really headed for a breakdown, or do you think that this is her ‘Dirrty’ image phase and that she’s going to follow it up with some unexpected, tame (but still attention-seeking) image overhaul?

      • bijlee says:

        @Leila …you excuse this girl WAYY to much. Dirrty may have been a phase for Christina, but she rocked it and she had something solid to say. She had OTHER songs in her stripped album besides just dirrty. Iconic songs. Miley has nothing except her body to sell. That is HIGHLY problematic. The girl is so mindnumbingly stupid and naive. Her parents should be ashamed of themselves.

      • Mia says:

        @Quinn- I mos def agree. She’s no Madonna, who is self aggrandizing, but had a message about wanting to be able to be frank and open about her sexuality without being called a whore.

        @Bijlee- I completely agree. Christina had a message about the double standard about men and women being frank about their sexuality and she also had “Beautiful” on that album. She wasn’t JUST dressing that way to shock people and be an attention whore like Miley.

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        And it’s working. I tried to explain to my sister, who’s fourteen, that this is a stunt with Miley. That she and Liam were done a long time ago–and she released the video to make it look like she was reeling and hurt, and so on….

        She just doesn’t get it (my sister)….she completely believes that bs…

        But then again, she also thinks that Liam is really hot and Miley is dumb for breaking up with him…

      • Dommy Dearest says:

        bijlee: I love you.

        Also, Beyonce and Miley are both idiotic twats. Beyonce just does a better job hiding it (unless one of we the common people gets too close- then it’s the ‘I smell something funky’ expression).

        And when Miley uses the world ‘homie’, am I the only one who sees her being passed around by all the ‘homies’ she hangs out with sexually?

  5. MoxyLady007 says:

    You know what else is from the 90′s? Your ugly ass mom jean shorts. Eeewwww. So nasty.

  6. Lucy says:

    …I just, I don’t even know what’s with her anymore. Is she for real?

  7. Easi says:

    The callousness of her almost starting a fcking fire with a cigarette is the last straw. She is awful. Reminds me of a Lohan interview before all the arrests.

  8. irishserra says:

    Is she taking lessons from Kanye? Because she sounds a lot like him these days.

  9. kim says:

    Pathetically insecure girl….sad interview

  10. Sam says:

    Ain’t nothing “homey” about her. She was born rich and is gonna stay rich. She has no experience of struggling to make ends meet, she has never worried about material needs, or anything like that. This is what happens when a child of privilege grows up, and it ain’t pretty. She has absolutely no context for her actions. She doesn’t get why the whole “ratchet” thing was offensive, or the VMA performance, or anything like that. Because she was born in the bubble, and she’s still there now.

    • TheOneandOnlyOnly says:

      Well said, and notice not a word about her crappy generic “music” which is written and produced by other people because she lacks basic music talent. The crap will hit the fan when it comes time to actually sell out large venues on her own, and which she won’t be able to do because who wants to admit they went to a Miley Cyrus concert?

  11. goldie says:


  12. Nicolette says:

    Iconic, no. Sexy, definitely not. Creepy, yes most certainly. Just hope there aren’t lots of little girls choosing her as their Halloween costume this year.

  13. NerdMomma says:

    That interview was just hilarious. I’m sure her chef loves listening to her “jam” every morning. I do appreciate all of her honesty, though.

  14. Arock says:

    *Leans on the table, rests head on palm*
    I just feel like someone should explain this to her. Giving her a small pass for youth, stupidity, and an altered sense of reality it’s still adolescent, dumb, and bullshit. I can’t believe no ones behind the scene gluing her grill shut.
    She’s like a human sinus headache- dull and makes me pinch the area between my eyes.

    Btw- let’s all remember this is the heir to the boot scooting boogie empire. Don’t go getting your expectations up.

    • Amanduh says:

      Your ‘ btw’ comment is hilarious.

    • Square Bologna says:

      Oh yeah, I’d forgotten all about “Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” another timeless gem in the Billy Ray Cyrus oeuvre!

      *flips mullet and twirls*

    • Buggin says:

      Boot Scootin’ Boogie is awesome but that’s Brooks & Dunn or Asleep at the Wheel. BRC sang Achy, Breaky Heart. Still good but not quite as timeless – definitely WAY cheesier in my opinion. Look at the dude’s hair back then!! I’m surprised that I don’t recognize any other Billy Ray Cyrus songs besides that one. Practically a one-hit-wonder if you ask me, although I don’t claim to be a major country fan of that era. And couldn’t name one Miley song. I pride myself on that and plan on keeping it that way. I read about her because I have a sad obsession with makeups/break ups not because of her music. I hope she fades away into obscurity.

  15. DenG says:

    She reminds me of Madonna–craving notoriety and getting rich from it. Everybody worships something, right?

  16. anna says:

    Gross, pathetic, self-absorbed, awful, no talent, tacky, druggie CHILD.

  17. Marmaduke45 says:

    “Hopefully an artist 30 years from now will be like ‘Yo you remember that Miley Cyrus video? We gotta do something like that.”

    30 years from now this self-absorbed, fire-starting, pathological licker won’t even be a footnote in the “what NOT to do” annals of music history.

  18. Mela says:

    That last pic is something out of nightmares.

  19. Aud says:

    She is like an overgrown, demonic Rugrat.
    She is the type that seeks happiness from drugs. Doesn’t look like she will have a good ending.

  20. Brown says:

    I mean, is she just trolling us at this point? Who says this sh*t with a straight face?

  21. Jayna says:

    Actually, she’s right. She is the fun young girl. It is kind of what other popstars are missing right now or they are older, but hers is a more carefree personna, no big heels, short boyish hair, goofy. She’s not in wigs all the time or bizarre outfits. And guess what, Miley, Katy sexualized kids’ stuff before you and no one thought you were sexy in the stuffed animal thing. It was just goofy.

    I actually like the Wrecking Ball video except the licking the sledgehammer and the nudity seemed a little over the top, but after a few viewings I didn’t really notice it anymore. The video does hold your interest compared to Katy’s and Gaga’s video.

    She’s stupid and delusional sometimes and young, so chalk a lot of it to being immature, and I don’t get her need to carry on about her love of drugs. Most musicians or bands do drugs more during the early stages of their career when in early 20s. They don’t feel the need to carry on about their love of it so much like you do. It’s kind of stupid because you don’t have to be a perfect role model for the younger fans, but you don’t have to push Molly either.

    At least she’s honest about craving and needing the attention instead of all phony about it.

    The pop songs so far are great, so that is still the key. If they were bad right now, she would flame out.

  22. Aussie girl says:

    Trust me from someone that had a lot of MDMA back in the late 90′s and smoke waaaaay to much weed. It will catch up with you as it fucks with your chemical balance and can lead to bouts of on going depression. I’m all for smoking a joint but not in excess

    • Serenity now says:

      I have watched my older siblings smoke weed- recreationally for years. While they were on it, they became antisocial, moody and gained a crap load of weight. Now both of them are clean, they both suffer from depression and anxiety. According to their doctors it’s a chemical imbalance most likely from their drug use. So it can happen

  23. Side-Eye says:

    Like…ugh. Let’s talk about my introduction to Breaking Bad and Orange is the New Black.

  24. claire says:

    I thought it was only Kim, Lindsay and Leann that needed to go to a deserted island, but I think they need to make room for Miley and Kanye.

    Could one island hold all that ego?!

  25. mzizkrizten says:

    How can someone be so delusional yet so astute about their own f*kepedness. And is she really saying she thinks babies are creepily hot?!

  26. Asdfg says:


    And this is coming from a former addict. Actually I can’t even call myself a former addict. Maybe a former MDMA addict? I live with addiction everyday. It’s a struggle. I find Miley ignorant and tacky and she’s only a year younger than I am.


  27. doofus says:

    lord, she is SO try-hard…

    …and honey, please, stay away from the ecstacy/molly.

    that shit literally puts holes in your brain tissue.

  28. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    Meth personified.

  29. GreenTurtle says:

    A creepy, sexy baby? That is deeply disturbing. She was sexualized so early and it seems like it was pretty damaging for her. Some of her behavior really reminds me of how some victims of sexual abuse react to that trauma. And before I get jumped on, note that I said some behaviors and some victims. I know that people react in different ways. Plus the drugs? And the warped extreme narcissism? It’s very sad.

  30. Madriani's Girl says:

    This girl is so delusional, I don’t even know what is going on. I really, really wish she would go the way of Paris Hilton: buh bye. No one cares.

  31. Madriani's Girl says:

    A creepy, sexy baby. So was Chuckie, honey, only he wasn’t as scary as you are.

  32. Whatwhatnot says:

    “I had this obsession about this character that’s like an adult baby. Like if you see a baby do something like that it’s so warped and weird, but there’s something creepily hot about it. So when I’m in that teddy bear suit, I’m like a creepy, sexy baby.”

    A hot baby…. Anyone else as skeeved out about that line as I am? Babies and sexy should never be put in the same sentence. I feel like PedoBear is watching,

  33. V says:

    Ugh! Let me say that being from Southern California, one of the things that makes me most angry is when I see people throw cigarette butts out the window. I mean – there are news stories everyday about devastating wildfires and people who have lost everything (their lives!) to wildfire, and she’s so blase about it.

    I was giving her a pass before (for being young, naive, etc.) But this is just careless and stupid.

  34. Relli says:

    I go to the second exceprt quote about coke beign so 90′s and i had to stop thats just moronic.

    But I always love how every star assumes it JUST middle America that gasps in horror at sexual performances. I remember the same thing when Britney did her performance in the nude body suit with sparkles and some comment i read was all “WONT PEOPLE THINK OF THOSE POOR FARMERS IN MIDDLE AMERICA WHO AREN’T USED TO SEEING WOMEN NOT IN HIGH NECK BLOUSES FROM THE ADULT AMERICAN GIRL COLLECTION.”

    The funny part about that is three years prior a girl at my dance studio wore something eerily similar and I am from the middle of middle America. NO ONE was even phased.

    This is how I judge people when they can’t understand that things like art, cultural influence and music can actually transcend state lines and move beyond large cities. Some of the most closed minded individuals I have ever met exist in large cities, and the coolest ones in one horse towns. Fashion might be a bit slower but all those things existed before MC she didn’t create it she is just a part of it now.

    I cant anymore with her, she is just another Rhianna.

  35. Talie says:

    “I really don’t like coke. It’s so gross and so dark. It’s like what are you, from the ’90s? Ew.”

    Please, you are fooling nobody…

  36. Novaraen says:

    You’re not sexy but YES you are creepy. Like others have said…please just GO AWAY!

  37. Hannah says:

    Gosh. She really does need sorting out. She thinks she is shocking people? She is disgusting people more than anything.

    I am not a weed scaremonger by any means but it doesn’t sound like she is doing it responsibly. It isn’t good if she is doing it on a very frequent basis like it sounds like she is. I have two friends who got massively in to weed in their early 20s and it’s like they just aren’t there anymore. Now, they were both male and I have read that their brain develops differently than females and that’s why weed is worse for men than women so maybe she will be just fine.

  38. Paloma says:

    She’s as deluded as Kanye West.

  39. idontknowyouyoudontknowme says:

    MDMA/Ecstasy and weed was already around in the 90′s.. in fact the big starting heyday for coke would be the 80′s anyhow imo but whatever Miley. Delusion on soo many levels, I anticipate the day she becomes the has-been she was heading to be a few years ago, same fate as her Dad. One can only hope :)

  40. dahlianoir says:

    What’s next ? A “leaked” sextape ?

  41. Nudgie says:

    “Who ordered the Conservatorship at this table?”

    Tish: “That would be me, Judge.”

  42. Gwenhamara says:

    Every time I see her my palm just itches to slap her right in the mouth and yell “Snap out of it!”. What a twit. She should get with Beiber. They were made for each other.

  43. Lady D says:

    OT: The article on Brandi has disappeared from my CB board and has been replaced with one about Adele hopefully/maybe playing Dusty Springfield. Has this happened to anyone else?

  44. CaribbeanLaura says:

    You know what’s totes hilar??? Forest fires that destroy thousands of trees and ppl’s homes and lives and stuff! That’s why I throw my cigerette butts out the window!!


  45. Anon33 says:

    Lord Jesus…coke is not 90s Miley that was heroin and club drugs…slack jawed idiot loves drugs so much she can’t even get the history right…

  46. tabby says:

    I can’t stand drug users. Its not cute to be a drug addict.

  47. Used ✞oBeLulu says:

    My goodness, she really is just a little exhibitionist isn’t she? Like she thinks her body is the only thing she has to offer this world. Sad.

  48. msw says:

    She doesn’t shock me at all. I’m way too jaded about the pop machine to be shocked. Thinking this chick has absolutely no class isn’tthe sameas being shocked.

    The comments about coke being “ew” while e is soooo amazing are just embarassing, and the “creepy, sexy baby” thing is just insane. In a few years she’s going to wish the internet didn’t have such a long memory.

  49. Dragonlady sakura says:

    (Yawn) You are soooo hard core Miley! There has never been a more outrageous “artist” than you in the history of the world!

  50. magpie says:

    I think she actually sounds pretty lucid given the childhood she had. Like it or not, her comeback is a win. Beiber is the delusional one.

  51. marky mark says:

    If anyone isn’t worried about her, the fact that she used the term “HAAPY DRUGS” should worry her family and friends.
    Back in the 90′s I ran with a seriously high ballin’ crowd. Their line was always we are using “HAPPY DRUGS”
    They figured crack and other stuff was harmful and cheap.
    At least three of them fried their brains on these Happy drugs. They are still around, but their mental functions have never ever been the same.
    Good Luck Miley

  52. Elisabeth says:

    I believe her when she says she doesn’t like coke. She doesn’t like it.

    She LOVES IT

  53. Lemondrop says:

    She sounds like every other teen/20-something who encounters something for the first time and confuses the newness of the experience to HER with actual novelty. You’re not breaking any news, kid. You’re not a rebel, and you’re not shocking anyone worth the effort…. just making them sad for you.

    • bijlee says:

      She is such a bad representation of 20 years old imo. Dang she is really working my last nerve. Someone needs to slap her. She needs to go to school! DESPERATELY!

      • Faith says:

        As a young person I agree with you I am about the same age as work and attend a drama college all together I do about a 38 to 40 hour week on top of that I will do acting jobs paid or unpaid for my actors CV. It always angers me when people just put it down to age some of us who are her age are working hard pushing ourselves to achieve what we want without being a dick or acting out like a child.

      • Lemondrop says:

        My apologies to the young, hardworking and perspective-having. I didn’t mean to imply that ALL young adults behave like Miley, just that her love affair with The New (new to her, anyway) has more to do with immaturity than celebrity or re-branding or whatever the hell she and her team are trying to accomplish. The more she tries to sound like an agent provocateur, the more she sounds like a child.

  54. anonim says:

    we should do a petition called “no more trash miley”..i’m so over her stupid pathethic life(with her money, ppl in the world out there still live in tents, and she is just so…., cuz acting (hannah montana) is so hard), i’m the same age at her, but i’m not this stupid nor other girls the same age. i just can’t believe how much can she f*cking humiliate herself. and we would do her a favor from not wanting to see her humiliated like this. she is not on the road to becoming an icon, more likely a porn star(tongue, naked, liking stuff, grabbing stuff).. just saying ps the songs aren’t bad but the way she promotes them awful…

  55. Mia says:

    Hahahahhaa!!! It’s GOT to be the drugs because is she serious? Is she trolling everybody? One thing is for sure, she’s definitely an attention whore. Doesn’t matter if it’s good or bad, this girl loves it. She sounds just like that blonde moron on 30 rock who was supposed to be a parody of the “sexy baby” phenomenon. Except she’s 100% serious, lol. Does she really think she’s breaking ground new by infantalizing herself as a grown woman? I appreciate that she’s admitting it, but she needs to stop playing herself by acting as though she being innovative.

    And who the hell is she accusing of jacking shit from the 90′s? Her entire recent wardrobe has been a throwback to the ugliest fashions of the 90′s, lmao! And homey? Does SHE think it’s 1992? Who the f*ck says that in an unironic way anymore, unless they were actually old enough to be using it before it went out of style? Snoop Dogg saying homie= understandable. Miley saying homie= phony. She tries SO HARD and fails every time! And no, I would not want to chill with a phony bitch like her that would use me for my skin color so that she looks down, cool, and edgy. Can Solange please do another take down of this phony trick?

  56. DebDebP says:

    It’s a terrible thing to watch metal illness. Drug induced? Who knows. But I’m done reading this stuff. It’s disturbing and it makes me uncomfortable.

  57. suhon says:

    Billy Ray just gives her a pass and turns a blind eye. He says she needs to go over the top to distance herself from Hannah M. persona. So, she is going to headline concerts like this? She’ll make her coin and flame out like someone else said in the comments. She is a ticking time bomb.

  58. Jessica says:

    Does anyone remember when Miley said she wasn’t going to even do music anymore because she wanted to focus on being an actress? It was a few years ago, I think. I find it hilarious now that she says she’s “all about the music”. She’s only “all about the music” because she sucked as an actress.

  59. MAC says:

    Any more posts on miley, drugs, child like sex and I am not coming back. I first thought just skip the miley posts but than I thought this website is making money off of her talking and promoting drug use. Again like so many others I can not tell you how many people I know who drugs have ruined their brains and than their life.

    People keep saying pot is ok , safe. Go talk to someone who smoked it everyday or week for years. You will see major damage. This glorifying drug use is just wrong

  60. penguin says:

    Coke was popular in the 80s. Molly is basically ecstasy cut with a load of other shit. Ecstasy was the party drug of choice in the 90s due to the rave scene. Bitch doesn’t know what she’s talking about.

  61. Shelly says:

    Yes, Miley, whenever I see you on tv or see a photo of you I think to myself “Wow! This bitch is so fucking cool, and I wish so much that I could party with her and have slumber parties!” Which is about the complete opposite of what I’m actually thinking, but whatever….

    What a delusional child she is.

  62. umyeah says:

    They need to stick miley, Justin bieber, kanye, all the kardashians, lohans, etc in a windowless room together and let them self implode. The fact that impressionable young minds are being bombarded with their foolishness in the media is depressing.

  63. Debbie says:

    Oh, FWIW, that thing about Eiza passing out from bulimia might be true … when I first heard about her, I Googled-imaged her and one of the lovelier pictures of her is on a pro-ana Web site. Blargh.

    Or, maybe the tab writer did the same thing and made up a story because some sad pro-ana people think her body type is an ideal. Actually, that sounds likely. Nevermind me.

  64. St says:

    Yeah, Miley is already legend in her own mind.

  65. Anoni Mus says:

    One word comes to mind when I read this: IMMATURE.

    Sigh. She has so much to learn about life.

  66. Jane says:

    Thank Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus for doing such a good job of bringing up such a spoiled little brat. Bet you have a lot to say in your Christmas letter this year.

  67. Sara says:

    I can’t believe she just said that about molly. Even if she truly believes its okay to take, its TMI keep it to yourself idiot. Its a dangerous drug dumb ass. I’m fine with people responsibly smoking weed. Poor Molly I mean Miley.

    • Lemondrop says:

      I’m always a little bit floored when people discuss their recreational drug preferences – to the media, in print, no less – as though they were discussing favorite foods. Weed may be mainstream at this point, but I don’t think we’re there with X. Once again, she seems like an attention-hungry little girl trying to prove how all-growed-up she is. When she DOES grow up, she’ll realize that the less said about your party habits in print, the better.

  68. aquarius64 says:

    This is an excerpt from an article in the Examiner. It talks about Miley, her image, and slut slamming vs. glorified sex object:

    “As it appears that Miley Cyrus is only “acting” the role of a sexually aggressive woman, she needs to consider what it will cost her in the long run. There is a good chance; however, that all Cyrus is concerned with is record sales and as those are working, she may be content. Still, the rumor exists that Cyrus lost Hemsworth due to her behavior. Even if an act, when a vast majority of the nation participates in “slut shaming,” there will be a toll. Who knows how Miley Cyrus truly feels about the decision she made to sexually exploit herself for profit. While she says she is strong enough to handle the “haters,” one must wonder if that is true. Cyrus may be in control of her life and destiny; or she may be on her way to a psychological breakdown.”

    This is a good question: will Miley eventually pay a price for her choice to go all in for her sexed up image? She’s in the news a lot now but I haven’t seen the trashing of a female celebrity’s image and reputation at this level since Kristen Stewart was caught in her Mini-Cooper with her married director. (Yes I participated in those rages against them.) Both have public images that are abhorrent to a lot of people; both have been accused of sleeping with men in positions of authority to advance their careers and cuckolding their boyfriends in the process (cheating proven on Stewart though); both lost their boyfriends in the aftermath of their scandals; and both have stories of mental breakdowns because they can’t deal with their exes moving on. It’s 2013, but women are still judged more harshly than men for their actions and women still have to play by those rules regardless. Kirsten learned the hard way when her career took a hit due to her tarnished image, and wronged boyfriend Rob had to take her back to save something. Robsten eventually ended, but Kristen still has to work to get back into the game, and she still has a “trampire” stamp on her. When Twerk-gate hit, Liam did not publicly defend her. Two weeks after the VMAs Miley and Liam were done and he moved on to another girl. Miley is getting a lot of exposure-no pun intended-but money is questionable because usually the record label gets the lion’s share. The emotional toll: it can’t be great for her to see Liam making out with another girl, which is probably why Miley and her team have been throwing Liam under the bus by attacking his character WITH NO HARD EVIDENCE. My opinion: her pride is wounded and she’s being foolish; and she’s being manipulated by handlers/pimps while she is not in control like she thinks. When she’s lauding drug use, especially very dangerous ones, that is a problem. The fact that her team is not talking her down from the ledge shows they are out for the money she can make from this-I’ll say it-trashy image. Everyone wants a piece of her. But when the moment comes when Miley goes too far (she will) and it negatively impacts the money, watch people start throwing her under the bus. The media that is eager to raise her up will be quick to bring her down. Some of the current batch of “Smilers” will turn on her and join the ranks of those who were already not a fan. That will be the true test of Miley’s so-called strength, if she can weather such a storm and come out of it OK.

  69. dread pirate cuervo says:

    I couldn’t make it past her derogatory remark about my beloved 1990′s. Shut your face, you flat-assed chipmunk.

  70. chalkdustgirl says:

    Uhhh…isn’t anyone slightly disturbed about the baby statement? Or am I reading it the wrong (creepily hot) way?

  71. eatingpie says:

    If she just implied that she thinks babies are creepily sexy or whatever, she is staying the hell away from my two month old! Jesus, I was swinging back and forth from utter disgust with her ciagrette butt “joke” if one could even call it that, and shuddering from the rather disturbing image of creepy, sexy babies.

    For Pete’s sake! Can someone PLEASE save her from any other horrific comments such as these?

  72. Jennifer12 says:

    I don’t know too many homies/homeys with a chef.

  73. Lark says:

    This is just sad at this point. She’s really out of control. She’s obviously smart, but the Molly reference and the baby references…yikes

  74. Virgilia Coriolanus says:

    Just for the posts about drug use i.e. molly, I’m laying in my bed watching this documentary called “First Circle”–it came out in 2010. It’s about the foster care system and how it affects the kids, etc. Anyway, in the doc, it says that the vast majority of kids are in foster care because of meth. And that is some scary shit.

  75. homegrrl says:

    Well, at least she’s straightened out Rihanna who wants no part of mileystyley.

    I’m sure the poor girl is on heroin, which is really the satan behind the Molly mask. Yes, friends, Molly, X, ecstasy, Roll…that will roll a young person right down to the hell of addiction. That weirdo smile, kind of upside down looking and too big…tell-tale sign of seratonin overload. The neurons actually create more receptor sites for the capture of excess agonistic neurotransmitters. When the use stops, the depression starts, and every little thing is painful. Hence the nicotine habits…attention seeking…addictions galore.
    It’s such a circus act, that her management can capitalize on the spectacle. Like the last days of an unmedicated Britney or Amanda Bynes.

    This girl is sadly on her way down. Her only safety net is a family and the wealth to catch her when she falls.

  76. randmanrandy says:

    Tossing lit cigarettes out of car windows seems to be a southern thing. Saw it all the time when i lived in Nashville.

  77. Mindizzy says:

    Drug promotion knowing you have young impressionable fans? As a former drug addict, who is blessed to be alive, I am disgusted and deeply saddened by this. I hope teenagers are smarter than this :/

  78. bluhare says:

    Meh on the whole thing. She’s learnt if she says wild ass stuff the internets will be talking about her. She’s #34284205 on the list of people who talked shit to stay famous or sell something. Remember Madonna’s coffee table book? Same thing only different.

  79. LovesGossip says:

    Please 5150 this “homey”/delusional hillbilly.

  80. Naddie says:

    I just love when people like that start to complain how people are phony, how lonely they are and how life’s unkind to the famous ones. In less than 5 months she’ll go to rehab.

  81. gobo says:

    She’s pretty bang on about the drugs. Except for the “It’s like what are you, from the ’90s? Ew.” bit- MDMA was the drug of the 90s, not coke little one.

  82. Hmm says:

    Search her bags and arrest the bitch

  83. Jane says:

    I have no doubt she is scarred. Not from Hannah Montana as she claims, but from
    a) her lack of parenting
    b) the amount of pressure she has to stay pretty and 107 lbs (because the media runs articles every time she gains.)
    and (most of all!) c) all of the older men who got with her with her when she was a teenager. ESPECIALLY that 20 year old who moved into her house when she was 15. I still get the creeps thinking about that “romance”.

    I’m not surprised she’s f**ked up. What I am surprised by is her management supporting this. She’s not gonna sell records licking things, acting ‘black’ and using X. Her demographic is 14 to 23 year old Caucasian girls. ‘Sexy and cool’ worked for Britney & Christina because they didn’t overdo it.

  84. Amy says:

    She is heading the same way as Britney, Lindsay, and Amanda. I know some people think she is being smart and media-savvy and thereis a method to her madness. I don’t see any method. I see a girl going off the rails–to me it simply looks like another addiction. An addiction for attention.

    I remember at the height of Lindsay Lohan’s rehab-drug-car accident antics, the tabloids swallowed it up and the paparazzi followed her day and night. Lindsay even admitted in interviews she was worried the day the paparazzi stopped following her because it would mean her career would be over and nobody would be interested in her.

    I see the same thing here with Miley. And all these girls had family drama going on behind the scenes or had suffered some kind of break up. It’s sad.

  85. 20 Quid says:

    And you all thought Anne Hathaway was over exposed during her Oscar campaign.

  86. Marianne says:

    Uggghhh the whole “sexy baby” thing makes me cringe. Like, there is nothing hot or sexy about what a baby.

  87. michele says:

    There’s so much to this interview I can’t even process it so I’ll just say.


    There, I feel better.

  88. Bolt says:

    “It’s like, what are you from the 90′s? Ew.”
    News flash Miley: YOU WERE BORN IN THE 90′S!!!!!

  89. Janet says:

    This girl is not wrapped too tight. It’s just my unprofessional opinion, but I am betting she is going to have a severe nervous breakdown within the next year or two.

  90. orion70 says:

    Whatever happened to her big clean eating, yoga thing? Where does all the smoking and drugging fit into that?

    Anyway, I completely agree with how WTF that hot baby comment was. How does that thought even run through your head while you are watching a baby do something weird? Aside from WTF is that baby doing, or haha that’s funny. “That’s so hot, must replicate”? No.

    But, given that I’ve also seen people on here talking about how the hot new couple are going to have “hot babies”, is this a thing now or something?

    • Asdfg says:

      Yeah, what happened to the super down to earth Miley? The Miley who did Yoga, wore plaid shirts, cut offs and biker boots, pap’d walking her dogs everyday, etc? She’s a totally different person now.

      It’s no wonder why her and Liam split. She’s not the girl he fell in love with.

      His new gf seems to have a good head on her shoulders. Good for him.

  91. Ugh. Start your Child Star Nervous Breakdown/Rehab/Found Near Dead in a Hotel Room stopwatches now…..

  92. A Fan says:

    I don’t know how old she is, but I’m really not interested in the ‘profound’ words of a teen/early adult.

    She’s saying (and doing) a lot of stupid shit right now that she will probably cringe at when she’s well into her adulthood.

    That’s normal.

    What’s not normal is these words (and ridiculous behaviour) are splashed out there for everyone to read and see, as if they had any deep intellectual or life value.

    Junk, that’s all it is.

  93. Jag says:

    She’s admitting to being a regular druggy, so why isn’t she being arrested at some point?

  94. STOPGOOP says:

    She strikes me as someone going through a manic or hypomanic phase. I would not be surprised if she comes to see these behaviors very differently down the road.

  95. Twez says:

    Coke is so 90s? I hate to break it to “the homey” but I was dancing with molly back in the late 80s. We called it X back then and we had to walk uphill to the dealer, both ways.

  96. Shelley says:

    Wait til some of her precious, ‘safe’ weed is laced with PCP – that’s a nightmare from which she may never return. How arrogant, entitled, and ridiculous she is; now on top of all that, she’s going to burn down California due to her idiocy.