Miley Cyrus Shocker: Reveals ‘I’m Not A Druggie Whore’ In New Interview

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus slammed her critics in a new interview with Marie Claire Magazine, saying that she is unfairly judged for her free-spirited actions because she’s a woman.

She feels she falls under harsh criticism because of her life choices, and other individuals, particularly men in the music industry, are treated differently for the same decisions they make, but with not as many damaging remarks.

The “We Can’t Stop” singer also says she constantly finds herself in the firing line for sexism in the music industry.

“There is so much sexism, ageism, you name it,” she detailed. “Kendrick Lamar sings about LSD and he’s cool. I do it and I’m a druggie whore.”

The singer also addressed her “fluid sexuality,” remarking, “A lot of us are born into some s**t, you know what I mean? Lately, I’ve been talking a lot about my being gender-fluid and gender-neutral. And some people snarl at that. They want to judge me.”

Cyrus also spoke to the magazine about the reason she continually puts herself in the firing line for her lifestyle choices. She says would rather expose herself on her own terms than have a magazine or website do it “exclusively” instead.

“I don’t really stress too much about being out there. There’s nothing left to catch me doing. You want to hack my e-mail so you can find my nude pictures? I’ll just f**king put them up,” she remarked.

She also waxed poetic about celebrity and why some artists are on a never-ending quest for fortune instead of artistic integrity. “People in this industry think, I just gotta keep getting more money, and I’m like,

‘What are you getting more money for?’ You probably couldn’t even spend it all in this lifetime,” she says. “People get more famous, so that they can make their brand more famous, so that they can sell more s**t, so that they can make more money. It’s a never-ending cycle,” Cyrus explained.

She also stated that having more money and more hits is exciting, but in the end, being your own person and finding your own happiness is what is key. “I’ve experienced it all already, and I’m telling you firsthand, it doesn’t,” she says.

Although the singer was once the role model for millions of preteen and teen girls during her Disney “Hannah Montana” days, she remarked that she hopes those pressure-filled days of being such are long behind her. “People need more conventional role models, I guess,” she continued. ”

But I just don’t care to be that person.” Marie Claire’s September issue hits newsstands on August 18. Cyrus is set to host the MTV Video Music Awards Aug. 30 on MTV.

Photo Credits: Marie Claire Magazine