Miley Cyrus claims she was just being a “smart-ass” last week when she said she was a “stoner” and she is NOT actually a pothead. According to Cyrus’s rep, the young star was only joking and is notÂ a realÂ marijuana toker. Yeah… okay… if you say so…
The whole Miley Cyrus stoner kerfuffle launched last week when a video taken at the young star’s 19th birthday party went public. In the video, Miley Cyrus jokes about her birthday cake, which prominently featured the face of Bob Marley.
You know you’re a stoner when your friends make you a Bob Marley cake – you know you smoke way too much f**kin’ weed,” Cyrus is heard commenting on the video. Naturally, after that statement, everyone on the Net was talking about how the former Disney star was a huge stoner.
This is not the first time Miley Cryrus has been the target of rumors about her alleged marijuana smoking. In 2010, a Miley Cyrus video showed the singer/actress smoking a bong. She later insisted that she was only smoking salvia — a currently legal hallucinogen substance — not pot.
Miley Cyrus is still denying she is a pothead even after this latest video incident. In fact, she claims the whole Bob Marley cake and her “stoner” commentary were just references to the previous incident.
“The cake was a joke and Miley was being sarcastic,” Cyrus’ representative told Access Hollywood. “It is being completely taken out of context.”
Kelly Osbourne, who organized the party for Cyrus, also says the whole thing was an inside joke and people are taking it way too seriously.
“Let me make something very clear after Miley Cyrus’ salvia incident we started calling her bob miley as a JOKE!” she wrote on Twitter. “The cake was also A JOKE! It makes me sick that Miley Cyrus’ so called ‘friends’ would sell her out and lead people 2 believe she is someone that she is not! …U guys if Miley Cyrus is not recording/filming/touring she is works everyday how could she possible do all that if she was a stoner! #think (sic).”
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