Those that watched the video for (or listened to) Miley Cyrus new single ‘We Can’t Stop’ noticed that she had a line that sounded like ‘dancing with Molly’, which she corrected in interviews as ‘Miley’…..which made sense. What’s funny is that she really was singing about poppin’ MDMA, as was revealed courtesy of the Daily Mail, along with the fact that her video would have been worse (spotted on Celebitchy):

Her video was even more explicit: “No gyrating, no ———-, there was a lot less. They took out literally everything. I thought the video wasn’’t bad, then MTV in the UK sent, like, 18 notes asking for changes.”

Being a Disney star was so awful: “I wasn’t really worried about it because I feel that time was something that I had to do what everyone has to do — work at something that you don’t necessarily love to get to be able to do what you do love. I would say everyone has to start from the bottom, to get where they want to go and work on things they don’t really care about doing. So I had to do that for five years. I had to work on something that wasn’t really a passion for me just because I wanted to be able to get here, so when I was older I’d be able to just do what I want and not have to work for money.’”

On the censors: “Then I’ll give you an edit. I just think the world is so lame because you can shoot people in a movie and you can let people like Zimmerman off on trial but you can’t have someone going like this (she stimulates oral sex gesture), that is so dumb to me.”

She’s not worried about alienating her fans: “People need to also remember that Britney when she did Slave or anything it was just a different time so it was less real because Can’t Stop I wanted it to be kind of gritty, like everything is about Instagram, about things going viral and I wanted to celebrate that. But Britney or Madonna never played it safe, none of the best pop artists ever did. I feel like I live in a different world, I live in LA, I see everything.”

About that “Molly” reference: “It depends who’s doing what. If you’re aged ten it’s ‘Miley,’ if you know what I’m talking about then you know. I just wanted it to be played on the radio and they’ve already had to edit it so much.”

Her version of growing up: “I don’t think people have a hard time understanding that I’ve grown up. You can Google me and you know what I’m up to – you know what that lyric is saying.”

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