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Miley Cyrus Smokes Pot on Stage, Sings with Topless Woman, Spends $10k at Strip Club

Miley Cyrus Smokes Pot on Stage, Sings with Topless Woman, Spends $10k at Strip Club

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Miley Cyrus, known for her controversial and bizarre on stage antics, put on another memorable show for her fans during Art Basel in Miami on Wednesday.

Cyrus reportedly hit the stage wearing a silver wig and a thong-baring bodysuit before making a revelation to the crowd. 

“Usually I don’t smoke weed and drink, well that’s a lie… usually I don’t smoke weed and drink on show days, but I felt like it was fine in Miami,” she confessed, via the Associated Press.

Cyrus then proceeded to light up a marijuana joint, which she is said to have practiced doing during rehearsals. 

“You thought [Art Basel] was a respected place where you could escape me,” said Cyrus. “This year has constantly challenged me, and that’s why I started doing art.”

The former Disney star also reportedly sang a duet with a topless female performer and serenaded fans with an original about a friend’s cat that once spoke to her in a dream.

Cyrus has had a slew of attention-grabbing, on-stage incidents since her racy performance with Robin Thicke at the 2013 Video Music Awards.

The singer made headlines in September after the Mexican government threatened to fine and detain her for disrespecting their flag on Mexican Independence Day.

Breitbart News reported that Cyrus was engaging in one of her “twerk” routines when suddenly, a back up dancer struck her from behind with a Mexican flag.

Following the Miami performance, Miley and boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger, son of Arnold Schwarzenegger, also reportedly dropped $10 thousand dollars at a Miami area strip club.

On Thursday morning, the 22-year-old singer posted a provocative photo, silver wig still intact, to her Instagram page captioned with: “You know the nights been a good one when you stole a shirt from a stripper.”

Miley Cyrus, Instagram


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