And it all goes down in one place! Rolling Stone Magazine! Unlike Vogue, Rolling Stone had no problem letting Miley grace their cover. I’m sure it has something to do with all these great quotes she gave them and at one point she gets Rolling Stone tattooed on her feet as she continues the interview. I mean how you gonna deny someone the cover after they done tattooed your name on their feet!?!? The highlights go as follows:
She admits to getting a little “handsy” with Robin Thicke, but says it’s no worse than what he did to her. “No one is talking about the man behind the ass. It was a lot of ‘Miley twerks on Robin Thicke,’ but never, ‘Robin Thicke grinds up on Miley.’ They’re only talking about the one that bent over,” she says. “So obviously there’s a double standard.”
“America is just so weird in what they think is right and wrong,” she adds. “Like, I was watching Breaking Bad the other day, and they were cooking meth. I could literally cook meth because of that show. It’s a how-to. And then they bleeped out the word ‘f–k.’ And I’m like, really? They killed a guy, and disintegrated his body in acid, but you’re not allowed to say ‘f–k’? It’s like when they bleeped ‘molly’ at the VMAs. Look what I’m doing up here right now, and you’re going to bleep out ‘molly’? Whatever”
“People are like, ‘Miley thinks she’s a black girl, but she’s got the flattest ass ever,'” she says. “I’m like, ‘I’m 108 pounds! I know!’ Now people expect me to come out and twerk with my tongue out all the time. I’ll probably never do that s–t again.”….Riiiiiiiight lol
On Justin Beiber-“I’m not much older than him, so I never want it to feel like I’m mentoring him. But I do mentor him in a way. Because I’ve been doing this shit for a long time, and I already transitioned, and I don’t think he’s quite done it yet,”.
“People don’t take him seriously, but he really can play the drums, he really can play guitar, he really can sing,” she says. “I just don’t want to see him f–k that up, to where people think he’s Vanilla Ice. I tell him that. Like, ‘You don’t want to become a joke. When you go out, don’t start s–t. Don’t come in shirtless.’ But the thing is, I think boys are, like, seven years behind. So in his head, he’s really, like, 12.”