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Miley Cyrus: Stoner and pothead?

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We are shocked. Absolutely shocked. 

And totally unclear what to do with the news that Miley Cyrus is a stoner. A self-described stoner.

Wasn't it just yesterday that she was apologizing to her impressionable young fans for getting caught smoking a bong of "salvia"?

Well, that was then and this is now, and TMZ is reporting that after the songstress watched her birthday cake wheeled out at a big party in LA, she took one look at the picture of Rasta hero Bob Marley painted on it and announced: "You know you're a stoner when friends make you a Bob Marley cake. You know you smoke way too much f***in' weed."

The Daily Mail was so pleased to pass along a video of the event that is slapped a headline on the item that read: Weed My Lips!

We're hoping it was all a big misunderstanding. Miley's pal Kelly Osborne was there and attempted to clear it all up with a tweet that pointed out Miley couldn't be such a hard-working entertainer if she was stoned all the time -- or "#think", as she suggested.

And then there was the denial from Miley's reps, who called it all a big joke. Joke cake, joke comment.

But we don't know what to think. We do know that Miley has been packing on the jiggle. And we know the munchies can do that to a girl.

We just hope things aren't getting out of hand for Rastamannah Montana.

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