Friday, December 10, 2010

Miley Cyrus Turns 18 and Smokes Salvia from a Bong

Miley Cyrus Smokes Salvia from a Bong

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TMZ is at it again, ruining the career of someone else for a buck.  This time is the adorable Miley Cyrus.  This teen pop idol is at the center of attention again.  My beef with TMZ is not that they are not reporting something correctly, but that they are reporting something, that could appear to be something else, i.e. Miley Cyrus doing drugs.  The backlash will be against Miley Cyrus, not TMZ.

Miley Cyrus celebrated her 18th birthday by experimenting with a bong and catching a case of the giggles reports TMZ.

The video was shot during a party at Miley’s L.A. home 5 days after her 18th birthday. According to a source connected with Miley the smoke filling the bong is a natural herb called Salvia.

Miley Cyrus is a role model for ‘tweens’ she is going to be held responsible  for her decisions and how they affect her younger fans.

Salvia Divinorum has become both increasingly well-known and available in modern culture. The Internet has allowed for the growth of many businesses selling live salvia plants, dried leaves, extracts, and other preparations.

Salvia divinorum was the subject of the first use of YouTube within drug-behavioral research when scientists at San Diego State University rated randomly selected videos of salvia users to study observed impairment. Their findings corroborate reports that the most profound effects of smoking salvia appear almost immediately and last about eight minutes. Effects include speech and coordination loss

Salvia – it’s important to note – is legal in California and most other states, and can even be bought online.

Cyrus giggles (a lot) and chats with the friend filming her (who tells Cyrus she’s “gonna document the s**t outta this right now”). At one point, Cyrus claims someone off camera resembles her boyfriend Liam Hemsworth and then wonders whether the bong hit caused the confusion.

The video, which was posted on TMZ, was reportedly recorded by a friend. It's believed a third party copied the video from the camera.

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