Miley Cyrus On Marijuana: 'It's My First And True Love, But It's Just Not For Me At This Time In My Life'

Singer Miley Cyrus has given up marijuana, but her passion for pot still burns despite this sober streak.

"It's my first and true love, but it's just not for me at this time in my life," Cyrus told Jimmy Kimmel yesterday. "I am very focused on what I'm working on right now."

And unfortunately, she's not a highly productive cannabis consumer like Seth Rogen or Kevin Smith. "My favorite thing in the world [was] smoking pot and playing UFC video games," Cyrus said of her days before the sobriety break. But she isn't ruling out the possibility of sparking up again someday.

"I'm sure there will be a day when I will happily indulge," Cyrus said.

Check out the full interview below.


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