Miley Cyrus wants her fans to twerk to her newly-released single, "We Can't Stop". She has an application on her Facebook page so that fans can easily submit their best butt-shaking dance videos. The 20-year-old singer then will include her favorite ones in a fan-made video.
While Miley is getting ready with her fan-made video, she is having some problems with the lyrics of her new song. She is accused of promoting drugs since some parts of the lyric referred to the use of ecstasy and cocaine.
"We like to party/ Dancing with Molly/ Doing whatever we want," she sings the chorus. "Molly" is the slang for ecstasy. However, the former Disney star says that it is a huge misunderstanding. Miley's representative tells TMZ that the lyric actually says, "Dancing with Miley."
The "Molly" is not the only problem in the song. Another part of the lyrics that says people are "trying to get a line in the bathroom" is referring to cocaine use, but the rep doesn't comment on this one.
"We Can't Stop" premiered on Ryan Seacrest's radio show. During an interview with Ryan's co-host, Ellen K, Miley said that her new music was dedicated to her fans. "Everyone always judges and say what they want," she told Ellen "But my fans... have really stood by me no matter what I've been through... and this is a song that says where I'm at in my life right now."