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Miley Cyrus Reveals What's Really in Her Bong (VIDEO)

by Julie Ryan Evans on November 27, 2011 at 1:02 PM

Kelly Osbourne and Miley CyrusRemember the whole big deal that blew up last year when a video of Miley Cyrus huffing from a bong went viral. Relax, it's just salvia -- legal, but trippy, salvia -- she assured us. For this year's birthday celebration, however, she revealed that she may have indeed moved on to some stronger stuff, or (gasp!) that she might not have been telling the whole truth in the past.

At a party to celebrate her 19th birthday in Hollywood last week, there was plenty of "madness and craziness," including a unicorn walking around the joint. But what has created the most, uh ... buzz, is a video obtained by The Daily in which the former Hannah Montana star gave some insight into one of her favorite hobbies.

When presented with her cake, she said:

You know you’re a stoner when friends make you a Bob Marley cake. You know you smoke way too much f***in’ weed.

Party planner and friend Kelly Osbourne totally busted her, and replied, "I thought salvia was your problem, man?"

Touche, Kelly, and no wonder you thought the unicorn would be such a nice trippy touch. Watch the exchange for yourself.

So I guess now we know. I'm sure there will now be another big outrage that Miley is a bad example for kids around the world, and good lord, they will all turn into potheads now. She was once on Disney, for goodness' sake.

Honestly, it would be great if she wouldn't flaunt her penchant for pot in this manner, if for no other reasons than her health and the fact that it is illegal and police may be more alert around her concert bus now. But as far as the whole role model thing, meh, I don't really think she owes us anything.

As parents, we can't expect anyone in Hollywood to be role models for our children, because the fact is that they -- like our children -- make mistakes and will continue to do so. It's up to us to instill the right messages to temper what they get everywhere from Hollywood to their homeroom classmates. We can't erase all the wrong messages out there, no matter how hard we try. What we can do is try to send stronger right ones and hope they get through to them.

As Cyrus told Harper's Bazar earlier this year:

My job isn’t to tell your kids how to act or how not to act because I’m still figuring that out for myself. To take that away from me is a bit selfish. Your kids are going to make mistakes whether I do or not. That’s just life.

Some, like Taylor Swift, may disagree, and good for her and her pure ways, but I think she overestimates her responsibility -- or at least the amount of responsibility I want to put on any celebrity for the well being of my children. She recently told 60 Minutes: “I think it’s my responsibility to know it and to be conscious of it. It would be really easy to say I’m 21 now, I do what I want. You raise your kids! But it’s not the truth of it. The truth of it is-  every singer out there with songs on the radio is raising the next generation.”

If that's the truth, then I'm scared.

What do you think of Miley Cyrus's comments about being a stoner? Do you think she owes it to kids to be a role model?


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  • Colet...
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    Colette923

    November 27, 2011 at 1:19 PM
    I think Miley is 100% accurate. I want my daughter's role models to be scientists, military personnel, doctors, volunteer workers, and other honest, hardworking people. Not celebrities who are more famous for their faces and antics than for any reason of substance.
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    KailaCheyenne

    November 27, 2011 at 1:30 PM
    Thank you! I'm so glad somebody finally pointed out that Miley is right; if your kids are using celebrities as role models, something is wrong. I love Miley's movies and I think she's a great actress, but I could care less how she spends her personal life. Truth is, if everyone really got a good glimpse of everyone elses personal lives, we would always be able to find something "wrong."
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    Bertha21

    November 27, 2011 at 1:31 PM

    It's just pot lol I am sure most kids will try it and turn out great. I don't think they should see celebrities as role models. Their lives will most likely never be like celebrities life anyway.


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    LucretiaMcEvil

    November 27, 2011 at 1:43 PM
    There was an article recently here on TheStir that was about Miley Cyrus being called "fat", and the writer was defending her, calling her "curvy" with a "woman's body".

    I said she looks fat, and so many people jumped all over me. I hope some of you are reading this because all I have to say is, "Na-na-na-boo-boo. Stick your head in doo-doo."

    She's fat. She's been eating junk food, because she has the munchies. And, you know she gets medical marijuana, or some really good shit, because she's packed on the pounds recently.

    Women who are 18 and 19 years old don't usually have "womanly bodies". That doesn't happen until the mid-twenties usually for white girls.
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    Cookie

    November 27, 2011 at 1:51 PM
    Because she smokes pot she's not a good role model? If a person does drugs or not is their personal business, but it does not make them a bad role model. The fact that she is a successful female performer, and a good person makes her a good role. I'd rather my children look up to someone who is their own person, someone who has a insatiable lust to live and experience everything rather than some stupid girl who only thinks, talks, and sings about boys and acts like her head is full of rainbows and unicorns (Taylor Swift).
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    Colette923

    November 27, 2011 at 2:05 PM
    Hate to break it to you, lucretia, but that's a patent falsehood. My measurements were 36ff, 24, 40 at 12. I don't know any woman who didn't develop until her twenties. I think you're simply a hateful b!tch.
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    Evangeline Shirley

    November 27, 2011 at 2:28 PM
    TO EVERYBODY OUT THERE... I PERSONALLY THINK - MILEY WAS JUST JOKING - BECAUSE IF SHE IS,,, BELIEVE ME YOU CAN SEE IT PRETTY CLEARLY THE CHANGE IN HER PERSONALITY INDICATING THAT SHE IS... BUT SHE'S HEALTY LOOKING AND NO INDICATION AT ALL THAT SHE IS!!! BESIDES SHE'S VERY BUSY IN HER CAREER IN MUSIC AND SORROUNDED BY LOVE ONES - ESPECIALLY THERE'S ALWAYS LIAM HEMSWORTH AT HER SIDE... I DON'T THINK, HE WILL ALLOWS IT... SO PEOPLE RELAX - OUR MILEY CYRUS IS DEFINITELY NOT A POTHEAD BY ANY MEANS...
  • kkey75
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    kkey75

    November 27, 2011 at 2:35 PM
    Personally, I think anyone who makes MILLIONS because of children who love and look up to them does have the responsibility to be a good role model. If she doesn't want that responsibility, stop hawking movies, toys and clothes to our children. That being said, I'm glad it's just pot. Could be a lot worse.
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    tracylynnr67

    November 27, 2011 at 2:43 PM

    I'd rather hear that she is smoking pot than salv ia. Salvia is horrible, it has bad side effects and prodduces hallucinations. Many people smoke weed and it would be legal if the gov't could figure out a way to tax it. To me it's really not a huge issue. I promise, you probably ouldn't even know the people around you who smoke weed every day. It's not that easy to tell.


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    jaydensmom1726

    November 27, 2011 at 5:44 PM

    lucita i have been "curvy" since i was 15-16


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