She came in like a wrecking ball -MartinNorman
We know before the wrecking of balls for Miley Cyrus, there used to be a Hannah Montana where the wrecking ball now fills the space. The Miley that we used to love, the one that showed us the best of both worlds, and to not care what people think about what you do on beaches with your friends. Miley Cyrus was a very innocent sensational girl that was very successful at what she did, music, her stardom with Hannah Montana, and she was a role model to many young girls. Back in 2006-2011, Miley Cyrus was definitely one of the most popular idolized model that every girl looked up to.Out of nowhere came swinging the wrecking ball after she swung out of sight for 2 years and released her first music back called “Wrecking Ball” which was very controversial at the time. Her image from then was changed from an innocent teen to a crazy party animal that is obsessed with licking hammers. Which I feel that isn’t a bad thing at all, you do you. I’m here to argue that drugs does change your image, not to put down Miley. Here’s why..
Premise 1: Miley Cyrus was a sweet young normal teenager
Premise 2: Most teenagers go through a phase of experimenting things like drugs
Premise 3: Miley Cyrus is a crazy party animal that does drugs
Conclusion: Therefore, excessive drug use turn innocent young teenagers into a big wrecking ball
Evaluating for factually correctness, validity, and soundness
Premise 1: This could be easily agreed on because as a teenager Miley Cyrus was a very innocent girl that seemed perfect to other teenagers, and a lot of teenage girls did idolized her.
Premise 2: This is very true, most teenagers do go through a phase of experimentation and figuring out what is out there in the world. Like why are these adults telling us we can’t do this?? so we go ahead and do it anyways, even though we grow up learning why drugs and things like cigarettes are bad for us we end up doing it anyways.
Premise 3: Miley Cyrus came back to the face of the earth and changed her whole image of an innocent girl to a party animal, she now wears teddy bear costumes instead of a blonde wig on stage. She isn’t afraid to show her true self, she did admit that she now uses drugs like marijuana, molly (MDMA) and other sorts.
Conclusion: The premises that I’ve purposed are factually true, and they are valid because they are in fact factually true, therefore my argument is also sound.
Overall though I really don’t have anything against Miley Cyrus, she is just one of the example that popped into my head. I feel that drugs can change your image to a lot of people, not all, but a lot. It really does start with marijuana, people may say that it really isn’t anything but eventually you’ll want to experiment other things. Like come on, we’re teenagers we don’t listen to anyone but ourselves, and maybe our friends because peer pressure you know. Things happen, through elementary/middle and even up to grade 10 we learn why these things are bad for us, but peer pressure does get the best of us, so don’t give into peer pressure.
Drugs are for idiots, I’m never going to be that person. -Miley Cyrus