No more Bangin’? The party could be over for Miley Cyrus. The outspoken pop tart has been warned that her hard partying and recreational drug use is having devastating effects on her “weakened heart.”
Cyrus was hospitalized in Kansas City, Kansas on Tuesday after coming down with the flu. The controversial crooner has been forced to cancel three shows on her Bangerz Tour in the past week due to the illness.
But docs say coughing and fever are the least of Miley’s troubles. In Touch Weekly cites snoopsters, who claim the 21-year-old suffers from tachyeardia — a faster than normal heartbeat which can lead to a stroke. Cyrus remains on bed rest, but tabloid peepers claim it was wild nights of debauchery, and not flu or antibiotics, that sent the songstress to the ER.
The Tennessee native confessed last year that she enjoys marijuana and MDMA, known to you ’90s kids as ecstasy. That could be fatal, according to Dr. Mark Urman, who does not treat Miley. The physician told the mag:
“She could get heart muscle problems and even heart failure at worst. She could even end up with a stroke.”
In her 2009 memoir Miles to Go, Cyrus confessed to being born with a hole in her heart.
“My heart rate increases a lot just from going up a flight of stairs. There is never a time onstage when I’m not thinking about my heart.”