Another Miley Cyrus song glorifying the party drug molly debuted on Tuesday, making it Cyrus’ second song in recent months to mention the dangerous drug.
“Popped a molly and you know, you know you’ll never stop, you think I’m turnt up, wait until my album drops,” the 20-year-old raps on the remix of “Ain’t Worried About Nothin’.” This following her single “We Can’t Stop” which included a line about “dancing with molly.”
In both, Cyrus is referencing the illegal drug, touted as a pure form of ecstasy. Molly has become increasingly popular both in Hollywood circles and among teenagers and young adults, and it has also been blamed for several deaths. We talked to some users about why they take it, and whether famous performers singing about it plays any role.
Lady Gaga didn’t “plead the fifth” at all when it came to Andy Cohen’s questions. In fact, the Applause singer was more than willing to discuss her drug use and sex life on Wednesday night’s “Watch What Happens Live.”
Cohen asked, “What is the most interesting place you’ve taken a ride on a disco stick?” This, of course, is in reference to one of her lines in Love Games where she refers to the male anatomy as a “disco stick.” Gaga, 27, answered with the “most fun” place she’s had sex, admitting that it was in the woods. Blushing a bit, she adds, “[It was] on the floor, in the grass!”
Moving onto her drug use, the late-night host asked Gaga when was the last time she partook in Molly, a form of ecstasy. “I think maybe it’s hard to remember,” she said while laughing. Admitting that she did it a lot in her “raver days,” the singer says now she wouldn’t encourage it. “Be careful with Molly,” Gaga instructs.