Miley Cyrus Rep Says Her Stoner Cake 'Was a Joke'

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Miley Cyrus Rep Says Her Stoner Cake \'Was a Joke\'
So I guess Miley Cyrus isn't a bong-hitting stoner after all. Over the weekend, reports surfaced that Cyrus was presented with a Bob Marley-themed cake at her birthday party, and the starlet responded:

"You know you're a stoner when your friends make you a Bob Marley cake," the former Disney star said in the video. "You know you smoke way too much f-cking weed!"

Well, as it turns out, that was just a joke. Cyrus' rep tells Us Weekly:

"You know you're a stoner when your friends make you a Bob Marley cake," the former Disney star said in the video. "You know you smoke way too much f-cking weed!"

I'm guessing Miley's rep had to speak for her because she was too busy laughing and polishing off a bag of Cheetos.

Cyrus bestie, Kelly Osbourne, is the one who threw the Hannah Montana star the birthday bash at Beacher's Madhouse. Osbourne took to Twitter to defend her pal:

"The cake was also a joke!"

Right, because Ozzy Osbourne's daughter is the one you want defending you when it comes to drug use. Might as well have Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson try to vouch for you.

Last year, Miley was caught smoking salvia from a bong. And while salvia is legal, it's also a pretty potent hallucinogen.

Miley celebrated her 19th birthday party at Beacher's Madhouse at the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel. Considering Beacher's Madhouse features oompa loompas, monkeys and fire breathers, it doesn't really sound like you'd need to be high to enjoy this place.

Osbourne continued: "u guys if @MileyCyrus is not recording/filming/touring she is works everyday how could she possible do all that if she was a stoner! #think."

Meanwhile, Miley has been focusing on more important things. Things like Occupy Wall Street. She might be the 1%, but she's all for a movement backed by the rest of us.

Cyrus released a video in support of Occupy Wall Street, and the clip is "dedicated to the thousands of people who are standing up for what they believe in." In the video, images and footage of protesters are put behind Miley Cyrus' song, Liberty Walk.

Way to promote your multimillion-dollar career by using a cause that focuses on an uneven distribution of wealth. I'm sure her intentions were good, but I bet if these protestors knew their efforts would be put to the tune of a Miley Cyrus song, they'd have just stayed home.
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