Miley Cyrus to Justin Bieber: "Pay people" to stay out of trouble
Miley Cyrus had some great words of wisdom for Justin Bieber and told him he should pay people to keep him out of trouble.
After Justin Bieber's growing list of troubles finally led to an arrest, fellow partier Miley Cyrus gave the teen pop idol some great advice and told him to hire people who make sure he stays out of trouble.
Stopping by The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Cyrus was gracious enough to offer her singing pal a few words of advice. While a big partier and self-professed pot smoker herself, the "Wrecking Ball" crooner has yet to get arrested, so she felt compelled to share with Bieber how she manages to stay out of trouble.
"You know what, you've got a lot of money. Pay people to make sure you don't get in trouble and party at your house," Cyrus said. "Buy a house, and add a club to it."
The 21-year-old then added that she was just looking at how her fans like to post mug shots of young famous people who get arrested and they noted that there was no "Miley mug shot yet!"
"I get the most flak of anybody... I'm not doing anything illegal!" Cyrus quipped. "I do a lot of s*** — sorry — but I'm not doing anything illegal! So that's right, everything I do is legal in California."
Cyrus and Bieber have been friends for years and she's often given him advice on being famous and staying out of trouble. However, it seems that the Canadian star will do anything to change his perceived boy persona, but it's only backfired on him so far.
Bieber is facing DUI charges in Miami Beach, Florida, which he pleaded not guilty to, as well as a possible felony charge in Calabasas, California, for pelting his neighbor's home with eggs a few weeks ago.
Cyrus may have really hit the nail on the head when she told Rolling Stone magazine that "boys are, like, seven years behind. So in his head, [Bieber's] really, like 12."