The 'Wrecking Ball' singer tweeted the morning after MTV European Music Awards that she does not give 'AF'.
Miley Cyrus' latest shocking stunt may outrage several people and drew criticism but she could not care less. The former child star responded to her stage act at recent MTV European Music Awards, tweeting "Sometimes in life you just gotta decide to not give AF."
Miley light up a joint on television while receiving her acceptance speech for Best Video. She also recalled the night on Twitter, "Last night was a blurrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Thanks @katyperry for hosting. ...So much fun last night! Amsterdam, you're the dopesssst, thank you for always being so good to me."
The bold move may be just a puff of smoke for Cyrus but not for MTV that broadcast the live show. For the rebroadcast in the U.S., MTV censored the stunt and showed a footage of the audience watching her acceptance speech instead. The network has also removed clips featuring Cyrus smoking weed from video sharing sites.
For that, MTV received a praise from television watchdog, Parents Television Council. "We applaud MTV for taking responsible actions to eliminate the drug use from its U.S. broadcast, and we urge them to make that a uniform policy for all of its programming," said PTC President Tim Winter.