A certain line in Miley Cyrus' single, "We Can't Stop," has some parents a wee bit worried. It sure sounds like she's singing about "dancing with Molly," which is a euphemism for MDMA, or Ecstasy. But she and her producer were telling people it was "dancing with Miley," duh. Well now she's adding a little nuance to that claim: OK you guys, fine, Miley is singing about drugs. "If you're aged 10 [the lyric is] Miley. If you know what I'm talking about then you know. I just wanted it to be played on the radio and they've already had to edit it so much."
Wow, okay. That sounds pretty simple, right? If you're an innocent youngster, you'll think Miley is singing about dancing. If you're older and wiser, you'll know she's talking about Fun Times With E. And these two groups of people live on completely different planets so it's all good. Glad we sorted that all out. Now let's draw a Venn diagram.