In new excerpts from her Rolling Stone interview, Miley Cyrus holds little back.
Case in point: she gushes over weed and how it's such a better drug than cocaine.
The singer also goes on in detail about her exposure these days, reacting to all the headlines over her raunchy VMA performance and naked Wrecking Ball video as if publicity wasn't her exact goal in the first place.
"I think it's the media riling up the people, rather than people riling up the media," Miley says of her prominence online, citing negative blog headlines that attract traffic.
She also asks a question of society: How come her wrecking ball riding garners so much attention... but the Trayvon Martin case has already been forgotten about?
"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... and then two days later, where was it? Who cared anymore?" Cyrus says.
"Even I was like, 'I want to help his family when it's an appropriate time.'"
"But then people just forgot."
So... wait... is Cyrus now complaining about the attention she's receiving? Despite the fact that she's said her goal at the VMAs was to GET attention?
Her stance here seems a bit confusing, if not outright hypocritical.
"It slips your mind," she said of important events such as Martin. "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?"
Weigh in one Miley's comments now and click through photos from her attention-grabbing spread in Rolling Stone: