Miley Cyrus has already offered some advice to Justin Bieber: Grow up.
Now, she has indirectly offered up a few words of wisdom to Lamar Odom, based on recent allegations surrounding that reality star: Cocaine sucks, man!
"Hollywood is a coke town, but weed is so much better. And Molly, too," Miley said in new excerpts from her interview with Rolling Stone.
"Those are happy drugs - social drugs. They make you want to be with friends. You're out in the open. You're not in a bathroom."
This isn't the first time Cyrus has talked about a love for marijuana, but it's certainly the most detailed she has ever gotten.
"I really don't like coke," she added, hinting that she's tried the drug. "It's so gross and so dark. It's like, what are you, from the '90s? Ew."
But Cyrus was just getting started.
She also went off on her favorite TV shows... her infamous VMA performance... her Wrecking Ball video and A LOT more. We've included many excerpts from the Q&A below and encourage readers to pick up the new issue of Rolling Stone for more:
On the VMAs: I know what I’m doing. I know I'm shocking you. When I’m dressed in that teddy bear thing, I think that's funny… But I forget that it's, like, people in Kansas watching the show. That people that sit their kid in front of the TV and are like, "Oh, an awards show! Let's watch.
On race and music: I didn't really realize it, but people are still racist. It's kind of insane. Like if I had come out [at the VMAs] with all white-girl dancers, and done the fucking "Cha Cha Slide"- same outfit, same everything - it wouldn't have been bad. But because of who I came out with, people got upset. Because they were girls from the club. They had thick asses. They were twerking. That's what I want, though - I want real girls up there who can really party.
On the push and pull of fame: I hate the paparazzi - but when they’re not sitting there waiting for you, you’re like "Who’s bigger news? Who are you trying to get a picture.
On the Wrecking Ball video: I wanted it to be tough but really pretty… I think people are going to hate it, they're going to see my ass and be like, "Oh my God, I can't believe she did that" - and then when we get to the bridge, they're gonna have a little tear and be like, "Fuck you!" I think it will be one of those iconic videos too. I think it's something that people are not gonna forget.
On that tongue: I just stick my tongue out because I hate smiling in pictures. It’s so awkward. It looks so cheesy... There's something empowering about what I'm doing right now.
On cats: Cats are fucking creepy. Oh my God, cats are creepy. Every time I see a cat, I think it's gonna turn on me. It's gonna turn for the worst. I don't ever see loyalty in cats.
On TV: American Horror Story is my favorite show - it's so good, so scary. I think I'm gonna start Downton Abbey next, but I don’t know if it's my vibe. I always thought that shit was too hipster. And Breaking Bad I just got into, but I haven't been able to keep up with it as much. There's just a lot of him coughing. I'm in the first season, and the coughing is driving me crazy.
On the media's priorities: What makes me kind of sick is, Trayvon Martin's trial didn't happen more than two months ago. It got talked about a lot - but it still got done being talked about a lot quicker than the VMAs. And that's really sad. For about two days, it was on Twitter and everything, everyone had their pictures as Trayvon - and then two days later, where was it? Who cared anymore?
Even I was like, "I want to help his family when it's an appropriate time." But then people just forgot. It slips your mind. We go on to the next thing, our next problem. It's like, "Why are we not still dealing with that? Why are we not still mourning that loss?"
On how she wants to be viewed: I want to be the cool chick that everyone wants to be friends with. I want the people who watch my shows or watch my videos to be like, "She looks like the most fun person to hang out with ever. I want to be that girl's best friend. I want to party with her." It's like, if you're hanging out with Beyoncé, it's almost like you're hanging out with a goddess. She's like a real queen. It's a different realm. Where my thing is kind of the opposite. My shtick is I’m the homey.
On Bangerz: I have to make sure every detail is perfect. There are albums that people still are listening to, like Michael Jackson's "Bad," because it's so fucking dope. I want people to listen to my album like that… I'm trying to set a new standard for pop music.