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Does Miley Cyrus’s New Song Promote Cocaine and Ecstasy Use?

UPDATE: A rep for the song's producer told TMZ Miley is singing "Dancing With Miley," not "Dancing With Molly."

Original story:

Miley Cyrus is known for partying in the USA, but is she in favor of some much harder partying than we realized?

Miley's new single, "We Can't Stop," dropped on June 3, and she appears to make numerous drug references in the song, according to Hollywood Life.

In the chorus, she appears to refer to taking Molly, which is the colloquial name for ecstasy.

The lyric that she sings is apparently, "We like to party, dancing with Molly, doin’ whatever we want."

Another part of the song includes an apparent cocaine reference.

"Everyone in line in the bathroom, Trying to get a line in the bathroom," she sings, seemingly referring to doing a line of cocaine.

So are these references a sign that Miley is growing up and perhaps making some not-so-great choices? Or are these lyrics just being misinterpreted?

After all, there's always the possibility that Miley is saying her own name, "Miley," rather than "Molly" - although it really does sound like "Molly."

Kids today grow up so fast, don't they?

Source: Hollywood Life

06.3.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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