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6 Disney Channel Alums Who Did the Same Controversial Thing in Their Music

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There comes a time when every former Disney Channel star has to prove just how much that they’ve outgrown the network. Whether it’s with by releasing sexy songs, taking nude selfies or taking on a bunch of super mature roles. But we realized that there’s one thing that most of these ex-Disney stars is have in common when it comes to their music, and that’s their use of profanity.

We all know that stars like Miley Cyrus and Joe Jonas have already released huge hits that have F-bombs in them, and nothing says “I’m all grown up” quite like an explicit track. See which other Disney Channels stars made the same bold move and released inappropriate songs after leaving the network:



1. Miley Cyrus — All traces of the sweet and adorable Hannah Montana practically vanished when Miley made her big transformation and released Bangerz. Aside from twerking and showing off her tongue, she released a few dirty and explicit songs on her album, including “SMS (Bangerz).” A line from the song says, “I can’t be sitting ’round here waiting on a man, to tell me where the f*ck my seat be at.”

2. Joe Jonas — Joe Jonas teamed up with his new band, DNCE, and released the catchiest song ever, called “Cake By The Ocean.” It’s got an edgy vibe and there are actually a couple of F-bombs throughout the whole track. For example, the lyrics for the chorus go, “Let’s lose our minds and go f*cking crazy, I-I-I-I-I-I keep on hoping we’ll eat cake by the ocean.”



3. Nick Jonas — Nick surprised us all with the release of his addictive song, “Area Code,” in which he sings about missing his ex and wanting to get back in touch. In the very first verse, though, he threw in an F-bomb to show just how screwed-up he really felt. He sings, “So many places this could go, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, I’m f*cked up, you don’t even know.”



4. Demi Lovato — Demi’s catchy hit song, “Cool for the Summer,” was basically a huge summer anthem. The lyrics were totally daring and sexual, but it also had some profanity. In one of the verses, she sings about hooking up with another girl, “Even if they judge, f*ck it all, do the time, I just wanna have some fun with you.”

5. Selena Gomez — “Same Old Love” isn’t the only risque Selly track. (I’m so sick of that same old love, that sh*t, it tears me up.”) In another one of her songs, “Camouflage,” Selena sings about struggling to be honest with a guy she fell in love with, even though she doesn’t recognize him anymore. In the song’s chorus, she sings, “I got so much sh*t to say, but I can’t help feeling like I’m camouflaged.”

6. Orlando Brown — You might remember him as Raven-Symone‘s bestie from That’s So Raven, but now, he’s a rapper and all grown up. Just last year, he teamed up with a hip hop artist named Joe Moses and released “You Can’t Have My Soul.” The song includes a ton of profanity, and as he raps on the chorus, he says “motherf*ckers” and “b*tches.”

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