Oh, Lily, you're so cheeky! And fucking stoopid!
Running at the mouth again, the petite singer says in a new interview, "The only story is that drugs are bad and they will kill you - you will become a prostitute, a rapist or a dealer. But that's not true. I know lots of people who take cocaine three nights a week and get up and go to work. But we never hear that side of the story. I wish people wouldn’t sensationalise it. Some people are just bad at taking drugs."
Lily admitted that the drug itself teaches its own lesson. "I felt like a lonely child, when everybody else was doing it and I wasn’t. That’s why I took cocaine when I didn’t even like it."
But she doesn't appreciate the lessons of Christianity. "I was brought up in a Catholic school and they told me gays, adultery and drugs were bad. All my mum’s friends were gay, my dad was having affairs and there were drugs in the house when I was a kid, so it was a bit cruel."
Nor does she appreciate the recession recording industry, complaining about her earnings, or lack thereof. "Twenty years ago, I’d have been booked in at the Ritz with five grams of cocaine on my table and 10 bunches of flowers. Some new clothes. A chauffeur on 24-hour call. Now I’m lucky to get an Oyster card. I ask for a hotel in Paris and I get a two-star place in the eighth arrondissement on my own. I’m like: 'Do you want me to get raped and killed?'"
Now Lily, that kind of spoiled attitude will get you into trouble!
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