In an interview with the UK's Daily Mail, Miley Cyrus finally admitted what we all kinda knew all along: her new song "We Can't Stop" contains references to drugs.

When the song received criticism for its lyrical content, its producer originally claimed that the lyric in question was "dancing with Miley", and not "dancing with Molly", a reference to MDMA. But Miley wants the world to know that she's indeed talking about rolling.

"It depends who's doing what. If you're aged ten [the lyric is] 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," she said in a revealing interview with the Mail. "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."

Miley was then asked about the song's controversial video and responded with a reference to the Trayvon Martin case: "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 [George] 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 continued, "The world is such a f--ked up place the last thing people need to worry about is my cute little video for 'We Can't Stop,' you know what I mean?"

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