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Miley Cyrus Complains About Censorship, Compares VMAs to Breaking Bad

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04/27/2016 3:35 pm
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Jamie Harsip

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Miley Cyrus truly can't stop when it comes to speaking her mind lately, and her interview with Rollingstone is no exception. Today's topic? Censorship on TV. Cyrus pointed out that AMC's hit drama Breaking Bad is a little strange with what it chooses to bleep out: "I could literally cook meth because of that show. It's a how-to. And then they bleeped out the word 'f**k'." We'll agree to disagree on whether or not the show actually teaches viewers how to cook meth. I mean, I watch the show, too, all it's taught me is that you need methylamine and a round bottom boiling flask (but I also burn popcorn, so maybe I'm just a bad "cook" all around). More to the point, though: The show tends to be fairly violent - and actually pretty gross - but that all gets air time on AMC: "They killed a guy, and disintegrated his body in acid, but you're not allowed to say 'f**k'?" Fair enough, Miley. The singer also complained about the censorship of her now-infamous VMAs performance. MTV elected to bleep out the word "molly" from her performance - a reference to a popular club drug - but let her have her latex-clad twerk-athon. "America is just so weird in what they think is right and wrong." Preach it, Miley!


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