Miley Cyrus shares a Bong Photo of Miley on the 11th Anniversary Of Infamous Scandal

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Miley Cyrus looks back fondly on one of her biggest scandals in her career. The “Malibu”The 29-year old singer celebrated the 11th anniversary after a video was leaked online showing her taking a bite from a bong. She made a funny suggestion. The former Hannah Montana Star, who was 18 days old five days before the scandal in 2010, shared a still from the clip that showed her smokin’ Disney image on Instagram Monday. She added a smoke puff emoticon to the caption, writing, “Still, I am 18”. “11 years ago. Can we petition for a national holiday?”

Cyrus’s fans called the video leak in the comments “the bong rip heard round the world”And “a moment in history.”One person wrote “This picture broke the internet, queen,”While another was added “I wrote my college freshman English paper on this moment that’s how iconic it was.”Cyrus would smoke legal salvia, which would make it one of the least controversial acts over the next ten years. But the video shocked the entertainment industry and led to dad Billy Ray Cyrus offering a public apology.

Cyrus has accepted the moment in recent decades, however, he shared the complete video last year for the 10th anniversary of the leak. “Happy 10 year anniversary to the groundbreaking video of a teenager smoking a bong & saying dumb s- to their friends. (Not so sure the director of this fine film should be considered a ‘friend’ but….),’ she tweeted.

Cyrus has embraced sobriety as of late, revealing in June 2020 she was six months sober. “It’s hard, especially for young people. The Big Ticket podcast. “It’s like, ‘Honey, you can call me a lot of things, but I know that I’m fun.’ The thing that I love about it is waking up 100%, 100% of the time. I don’t want to wake up feeling groggy. I want to wake up feeling ready.”

In November 2020 she confessed to it during an interview Zane Lowe’s Apple Music That she had “fallen off”Despite her sobriety during the pandemic, she was still looking forward with hope to the future. “It’s never easy, but it’s pretty easy for me to be sober or in and out of sobriety because it’s like the day I don’t want to f-ing do it anymore, I don’t,”She said. “The day that I do, I do.”