Sept. 27 - Miley Cyrus shares her thoughts on drugs and strips down for Rolling Stone's latest cover story. Roselle Chen reports.
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Miley Cyrus stirred up controversy from her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMA), but the pop singer isn't dwelling on the infamous episode and has her mind on other hot topics, as seen in the October issue of Rolling Stone.
Cyrus is seemingly topless on the cover of the music magazine, leaning on the edge of a pool with strategically folded arms.
She playfully has her tongue out, reminiscent of her sexually steeped VMA performance, in which she "twerked" alongside singer Robin Thicke, performing raunchy gestures with a large foam finger.
The 20-year-old shared her thoughts on drugs in the interview, saying that marijuana was "the best drug on earth," as well as Molly, which is MDMA in crystalline or powder form, and that "Hollywood is a coke town, but weed is so much better."
She continued to express her dislike for cocaine, calling it "so gross and so dark. It's like what are you, from the '90s? Ew."
Cyrus's new album "Bangerz" is scheduled to be released on October 4.
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