Noah Cyrus has suffered a potentially-dangerous malfunction while enjoying a blunt from her car. The 21-year-old singer and sister to Miley Cyrus, a known marijuana lover, was back to the doobies as she filmed herself parked on Wednesday, with the footage shared for her 6 million Instagram followers. Noah, making 2019 headlines for getting “caught” smoking weed by mom Tish Cyrus, has since made the California-legal drug a part of her identity, even releasing “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” last year. See the latest high below.
Scroll for the video. Noah regularly shares her indulgence in marijuana on Instagram, with yesterday being no different. The Grammy nominee posted hand-held footage as her hand hung out of her rolled-down car window, with the camera very clearly taking in both the “July” singer’s claw-like and manicured nails, plus the joint she was enjoying. The vehicle was not moving, suggesting Noah had safely stopped.
Zooming in, the camera then showed the burning joint very close to Noah’s nails. And yes, she’d gone and burned one.
The “IN MY FEELS” podcast host took to her caption with a little humor, writing: “I’m my burnt nail.”
March 2020 marked the headline-making release of “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus,” a track complete with a music video seeing Noah baptized in a river. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Cyrus revealed: “I was smoking weed one night, and had this epiphany, then wrote the song, hence the title. I hope this song resonates with people, especially with all that is going on in the world right now.” More photos below.
Noah was making weed headlines as early as 2018, when she updated with what Cosmopolitan estimated to be at least $300 worth of the recreational drug. “Me giving zero f-cks that i piss people on the internet off daily,” she wrote. The star, also spotted fairly regularly with her vape pen, told Refinery29:
“The most important thing in this entire bag is my Pax pen. I need it sometimes whenever I’m just in the studio and I need to chill the f-ck out.” Skip the jump for more photos.
Noah, last year saying she felt “stripped” of her “identity” by growing up in 28-year-old Miley‘s shadow, is coming inton her own. In 2020, she celebrated hitting 500 million streams, having since released an album with PJ Harding.
“I think when you put the two [of us] together it’s a really cool contrast that can relate to anyone on any scale. When you’re listening to the song it’s very universal and classic,” she told Forbes this year. If you missed Miley’s self-care shower selfie, just scroll.