The video of a giggling Miley Cyrus hitting a high on Salvia had blanketed the Internet. She called out to his lost love in the video and she seems to have been on a quest for love since then. But now in the new issue of Marie Claire, March issue due out on February 15, Miley Cyrus speaks out. This is the exchange:
Kimberly Cutter says: I cannot help but set my journalist hat aside for a minute and say,
“But do you really think it was a mistake? Obviously college kids your age all over America are smoking bongs with a lot more than salvia in them.”
She looks at me with her big blue baby-doll eyes. “But they’re not Miley Cyrus,” she says. “They’re not role models. So for me it was a bad decision, because of my fans and because of what I stand for.” Marie Claire
Her parents divorce
Miley was caught up in her parents divorce, and some reports say that she triggered it with her wild behavior that Tish apparently allowed but Billy Ray opposed. This from the National Enquirer:
“The confrontation erupted after Billy Ray tried to ground his superstar daughter MiILEY for talking back to him, and Tish intervened, the insider continued.
After learning that Tish had undermined him and given Miley permission to go out, Billy Ray went berserk with anger.
“You let everyone run wild when I’m not here!
“It’s going to STOP!'”
BILLY RAY CYRUS: THE BRUTAL FIGHT THAT ENDED MARRIAGE
With regard to salvia, most reports note that it is a legal substance – an herb. Although it is legal the fact remains that it can have harmful side effects. Miley Cyrus’ smoking salvia boosts sales, renews calls for ban
According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, “The Drug Enforcement Agency has listed Salvia as a drug of concern and is considering classifying it as a Schedule I drug, like LSD or marijuana.”
In California, there is a move to outlaw it. Hannah Montana is no longer the apple cheeked Disney girl role model. She has been acting out by wearing skimpy outfits, dancing suggestively, and then caught smoking a bong.
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