Miley Cyrus Shrugs Off MTV EMAs Pot Controversy: You Just Gotta Decide to Not Give a F--k
Outraged over Miley Cyrus' latest stunt? Tell it to someone who cares. As the "Wrecking Ball" singer, 20, made very clear via Twitter on Monday, Nov. 11, she's not at all bothered that other people are bothered by her onstage antics -- which, as of Sunday's MTV European Music Awards, include lighting up a joint on television.
"Sometimes in life you just gotta decide to not give AF," she tweeted the morning after the awards show, where she made headlines for smoking during her acceptance speech for Best Video.
"Last night was a blurrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Thanks @katyperry for hosting," she added later, alongside a fuzzy picture of her at the event. "So much fun last night! Amsterdam, you're the dopesssst, thank you for always being so good to me."
The controversial former child star has spoken openly before about her love of smoking weed -- but puffing away onstage was a bold move, even for her. It was so bold, in fact, that when the EMAs were rebroadcast in the U.S., MTV censored the stunt and instead showed footage of the audience watching Cyrus' speech.
"No one was expecting it to happen," a source told Us Weekly of the incident. "It was so brazen, so shameless. It was so uncalled for."
The "We Can't Stop" songstress also set tongues wagging with her outrageous style at the Amsterdam-based event. Walking the red carpet before the show, she shocked in a backless minidress featuring pictures of deceased rappers Biggie Smalls and Tupac. Later, during the joint-smoking stunt, she dared to bare in a super high-cut white leotard, which she paired with a furry vest.