Miley Cyrus celebrates 10-year anniversary of infamous bong video

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Ten years ago, Miley Cyrus’ public image was rebranded in a matter of seconds. A video surfaced of the then 17-year-old Disney star taking a bong rip and laughing with friends. The rather innocuous act was widely shared and commented on and fretted about and ended up costing Cyrus a Walmart deal . Now, 10 years later, Cyrus is resharing the video and this time with her own personal message. Miley Cyrus says she had an alien encounter in California California’s first cannabis cafe, backed by Miley Cyrus, opens tomorrow Bong rips and penis-shaped cakes: Miley Cyrus closes out decade with long look back on Instagram “Happy 10 year anniversary to the groundbreaking video of a teenager smoking a bong & saying dumb sh*t to their friends,” Cyrus writes on Instagram , revealing that the bong contained salvia, not cannabis. Salvia divinorum, a psychoactive substance, had a moment of popularity in the early 2000s and was widely available across Canada in convenience stores and gas stations until the federal government outlawed the sale of it in 2010. Cyrus, who was recorded having a laughing fit after inhaling the substance, said she remembers very little of that evening, adding the hashtags #YesItWasReallySalvia and #IfYouFindWeedThatDoesThisToYouSHARE. After the video surfaced, Cyrus made a public apology for her “mistake” and for “disappointing fans,” reports Cosmopolitan . Earlier this year, Cyrus, a longtime cannabis advocate, announced she had stopped drinking and consuming cannabis following surgery to her vocal cords in late 2019. “I don’t smoke anymore, and I’m sober,” Cyrus told Joe Rogan in September . “I’ve been sober, pretty much the vocal surgery kind of did it for me because I just learned so much about the effects. You’re just taught it’s not really the drinking, it’s the staying up all night. Once you…

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