Sit down. Brace yourself for a shock. An earth-shattering photo of Miley Cyrus so surprising that it will forever change your conception of the singer.
Are you ready? You don't have any food or water in your mouth, right? Because if you do, you will certainly spit it all over your computer monitor. So you should probably swallow it before you go any further. Cool? You've been warned! Here goes:
That's right. It's a picture of Miley Cyrus exhaling smoke after toking on a gigantic bong. The bowl of that bong is stuffed full of something green. It looks to be marijuana. Meaning Miley -- that demure former Disney star, America's sweetheart -- smokes weed.
Wait. You already knew that? What? How?
Oh. I see. You read the 2013 Rolling Stone piece headlined "Miley Cyrus on Why She Loves Weed, Went Wild at the VMAs and Much More." Or you saw the photo at the top of this post of the bedazzled, marijuana-leaf-print onesie she wore at an April 2014 concert in Washington, D.C. Or you spotted one of the three joint-smoking selfies Cyrus has posted on her Instagram in the past two months alone. Or you saw any performance she's given since, like, 2012 and just sort of put two and two together.
OK, fine. We get it. Miley Cyrus is an out-and-proud stoner. Carry on.
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