The Cyrus family loves weed, a fact that was proven last week when Billy Ray Cyrus shared a photo of his wife posing with a bunch of large plastic sacks filled with marijuana.

“Yes! Like I said yesterday @TishCyrus.... my how the times they are a changing #CrAzYMaMa,” he wrote alongside the photo, which he posted on Twitter and Instagram.

Just in case anyone was worried that the weed was hers, Tish Cyrus commented on the photo on Instagram and cleared things up: “First of all… My husband @billyraycyrus is INSANE, Second, this pictures is also insane, and third this is NOT my weed or my house! hahah. But if it was, that would be amazing for so many reasons!”

In the past, Miley Cyrus has been fairly upfront about her fondness for smoking a lot of weed. In 2017, she shared that she’d quit smoking and drinking altogether, largely because she had a recurring nightmare that she died from smoking too much. “It's like, no one's ever died from weed, but no one's ever smoked as much as I did,” she said during an interview on the Tonight Show.

But last December, Miley revealed that her “mom got me back on it.” she told the Sun. “When I’m working, I don’t think I function at my highest, most intelligent, so I don’t smoke when I work.” While before, Tish didn’t applaud smoking, she now “smokes more pot than anyone that I know,” Miley said.

Tish’s photo has launched a huge debate online about white privilege and the U.S. justice system.

Many stated that plenty of people have been jailed for smaller weed-related charges, while the Cyruses can be open about their use without repercussions. Others acknowledged that people of color are more prone to facing marijuana charges than white people. Read some of the reactions below.