As you know, Miley Cyrus smokes weed and she is not hiding it! Immediately after she took a break from the herb, she told the media her mom got her smoking weed once again.
Now the superstar’s mom, Tish appears to comply with her footsteps as a photo of the 51-year-old standing in front of a locker complete of cannabis shows.
Miley’s father, Billy Ray Cyrus, posted a snap of Tish with her hands pointing to the huge bags of marijuana with the caption: ‘Yes! Like I stated yesterday @TishCyrus…. my how the occasions they are a altering #CrAzYMaMa.’
It is excellent that she posted a image of all that weed. Nonetheless, the image sparked a debate on the web about white privilege and the American justice program, as a lot of men and women of colour are nonetheless incarcerated for marijuana-connected charges.
A single follower summed it up with a quote from actress Cynthis Nixon in a speech for the duration of her run for New York governor:
We have to quit placing men and women of colour in jail for some thing that white men and women do with impunity.
— Billy Ray Cyrus (@billyraycyrus) February 15, 2019
Right here are some of the comments:
“No wonder why your youngsters are so stupid to take drugs, for the reason that you are a stupid function model,” study a single comment. “The police must place you and your family members in prison.”
“No wonder why your little ones are out of handle,” agreed yet another commenter.
“I know Billy Ray confesses to be a Christian,” a single fan added. “Billy Ray your family members is so involved in worldly points. I’m praying God [leads] you back to him … I’m praying for y’all.”
Other critics objected that the photo demonstrated white privilege, arguing that the Cyruses could proudly show off a huge haul of weed with no repercussion, whilst numerous other individuals — like men and women of colour — are incarcerated for drug crimes.
“Meanwhile minorities are getting thrown into jail for this,” a single critic fumed.
“It’s generally ‘hip’ and ‘cool’ when white men and women do it, but when black men and women do it, it is ghetto, encourages gang violence and is worthy of getting jailed,” yet another pointed out.
“Cops have tracked down and arrested men and women of colour for taking photos like this but hardly waste any time carrying out the very same to white people,” added a commenter.