Through a video uploaded by a netizen, we learned that the theory that Liam Hemsworth was not the best influence on Miley Cyrus was true. Scroll down to see the video and find out more.
Although we all believed that Liam Hemsworth was the ground wire of the wild Miley Cyrus, apparently things were not so.
The former Hannah Montana herself revealed in an interview with Rolling Stone Magazine on December 4th, that the time in which she lived and while married to the 30-year-old Australian actor was the darkest in terms of substance abuse.
Smiley usually exposes many things about her personal life in the lyrics of her songs and “Slide Away” made very clear the reasons for her separation from Thor's brother.
In recent statements from a source close to Liam, it was hinted that the actor struggled a lot to get Miley out of her excesses without success and that they didn't share certain family values.
These allegations came after the artist declared (to Rolling Stone) that although the press believed that between 2017 and 2019, she was soberer than ever and happy to be with her man, the reality was that whiskey and pills were her best friends at a time when she wasn't entirely happy.
Liam Hemsworth was always singled out by the press as the victim of the relationship and as the good guy of the couple.
However, a video that we found on Twitter has left us thinking about many things. In it, we can see the 30-year-old actor smoking and not exactly a cigar.
Also, his mother was present and even Matt Damon enters the scene at one point and asks for a puff!
Watch the video below.
It is not that smoking is the problem of the situation but rather the vision of society regarding the female and male roles in a couple.
While Cyrus has been singled out as the partying and the unruly, the “Hunger Games” actor was always seen as a saint and apparently they both shared the same tastes.
Sometimes things are just not what they seem and with this video, we have been able to verify that the fault of the breakup and bad habits might not have been exclusive to the singer of “Can't Be Tamed”.
What do you think?