The video was during a party at Miley's LA home 5 days after her 18th Birthday shot. According to a source that is of Miley is connected, smoke fills the bong, a natural herb called Salvia.
Miley Cyrus is a role model for `tweens, 'which will be held accountable for their decisions and how they influence their younger fans.
Miley Cyrus smoked a bong at a party in Los Angeles shortly after her 18th Birthday, and now is video surfaced.
Cyrus is seen in the clip, a blow with an unidentified group to take friends. Accordingly, TMZ is the substance of salvia, a natural psychedelic herb.
Salvia - is important to remember - is legal in California and most other states, and can even be bought online.
Cyrus giggles (much) and chat with the friend, who is filming (who Cyrus says that she "will document the s ** t outta this right now" ). At one point someone says Cyrus away from the camera is similar to her friend Liam.
It's legal, and she's 18, but the idea is that she has a lot of young fans which she can influence in a bad way. Also she shouldn't start with that type of stuff right away after she became 18 IMO or it might get worst, who knows..
You think it's a good start ?
Or do we have the next Lindsay Lohan on our hands?
EDIT: The Vid: Link
[Edited by Night-Ghost, 12/16/2010 12:36:52 PM]
Miley Cyrus is a person, she will make her own choices. It is not our place to judge her if she wants to get high. It's her life, so leave her to it.
Why are we even supposed to care anyway?
Yeah, you could say that if she was a normal girl turning 18, but it's the idea that she's a celebrity, and such stuff might affect her career if they become worse.(Like Britney or other artists). Or maybe how people look up to her? specially youngsters. It's still your opinion though.
Alright, that fan argument can quite easily be trumped. There was a fuss a while back about a picture on her Myspace, well you have to be at least 13 to have an account there, so that's not a problem. If any actual children saw then... how are they seeing her do these things? Surely their parents are responsible for making sure they're not exposed to things they're too young for? Oh, I'm sorry, I forgot; parents aren't parents any more.
As for the career things, you mentioned Britney. Britney's career ended for a while because she became a mother. She had always wanted kids, and I don't view her pausing things for her children as a bad thing. Yes, she had a mental breakdown, but this was because a LOT of pressure was on her and people were kicking her when she was already down. Despite this, during the early point she was a very good role model, encouraging girls to wait for marriage and other things like that.
Miley Cyrus was, to me, pressured into a career when she was still a child. She's broken free of that, and while I dislike her I find it admirable. She didn't really choose her fanbase, and she has no obligation to them.
She's a girl turning 18 and experimenting with things, just like a lot of other people her age. It's nothing to condemn, and she shouldn't be judged the way she has been for it.
It's legal and she is of age. It's not her responsibility to raise children that are not hers. That's up to parents. If they cannot teach their kids from right and wrong AND they are unwilling to put the effort to get extra help they need, they shouldn't be having kids in the first place.
Being a celebrity doesn't mean ****. Her job is to be a singer, actor, entertainer and she does her job. If people want to be stupid and mimick her life choices, that has nothing to do with her job.