The singer said that she drank again in the pandemic. His fans are concerned about his health.
Miley Cyrus keep fighting alcoholism. When it seemed that she was winning the battle, the pandemic led her to relapse, as she has just confessed in an interview.
“To be completely honest, during the pandemic I fell and felt very bad. If it weren’t for that regret I wouldn’t be here saying ‘I’m fucking sober‘. It sucked for me, because I’m not a moderate person, I don’t think we all have to be sober. I believe that each one should do what is best for them, whatever makes us happy, “said the actress and singer in the program. New Music Daily, de Apple Music.
He added: “I am very disciplined, but I have a drinking problem. But I think it’s easy for me to be sober. I can go in and out of sobriety as if nothing had happened, the day I don’t want to anymore I don’t.
In 2019, Cyrus released the album She is coming. Shortly before, she underwent a vocal cord operation, for which she was forced to give up all kinds of drugs and also alcohol. That situation benefited her, according to what they said around her.
“During his recovery from surgery, he gained a completely different mindset. She found that she loved being sober. She felt more productive and more focused. She is maturing ”, a source close to the artist told the magazine People.
Since then, it has had ups and downs. And the media echoed her delicate situation, showing her extreme thinness. On Monday, November 23, he turned 28, and then he said that he had been sober for two weeks after the relapses of the quarantine.
“It’s pretty easy for me to be sober or to get in and out of sobriety, because it’s like I wake up one day and say to myself ‘I don’t want to do it anymore.’ Y the truth is that I don’t want to drink anymore”, He assured.
Far from reassuring his followers, the interview caused alarm, because it was not clear enough about his state of health. But in that dialogue, Cyrus was relieved to have overcome the barrier of 27 years, the cursed age in which legends such as Amy Winehouse, Jimi Hendrix or Janis Joplin died, all with addiction problems.
“Turning 28 for me was a great awakening, because I realized that many artists did not reach that age because of their falls. That’s why I have to take care of myself. We lost a lot of young icons and I don’t want to be part of that bunch. That is why it is a crucial moment for me. It’s not an easy transition to be away from drinking, but I feel like I was born with that strength ”.
Perhaps Cyrus lives the result of being a child star, as difficult to handle fame at such a young age. She became famous thanks to her starring role in Hannah Montana, the Disney series that aired on for five years and ended in 2011. At that time, at the age of 12, he said: “Drugs and alcohol are for idiots.”
But not long after he confessed that he used all kinds of substances. His traveling companion Demi Lovato recounted from those years: “Many times, when we were on the way to the airport, we would throw up in the back of the car. We didn’t care We just knew we needed to be high to get through the shootings”.
After the end of Hannah Montana, Cyrus declared that he wanted to get rid of the good girl image. From the journalistic sayings he went to the lyrics of the songs: We Can’t Stop, from his album Bangerz, from 2013, refers to the use of ecstasy and cocaine.
In those years, she manifested as a fervent defender of marijuana: “I think alcohol is much more dangerous than marijuana, I saw many people spiral into alcohol, but I never saw that happen with marijuana. That is why it is the best ”.
But he used more than marijuana. And she kept showing herself as the bad girl on her social media, advocating for drugs in more or less subtle ways. It was more than a pose, and in 2017 he had to enter treatment for health reasons. Then she said on her Instagram profile: “I’ve been sober for four months. I feel better than ever and I am radiant ”.
Since then he has been trying to clean himself. She suffered the shock of seeing actor Liam Hemsworth, her ex-husband, immersed in alcohol. That led her to write Slide Away, song released in the middle of the pandemic, where he says goodbye to addictions. And to declare: “I want my house in the country, not the whiskey and the pills.”