(David Buchan/Getty Images)

(David Buchan/Getty Images)

Last night (Dec. 1), New York Magazine published a lengthy piece where Joe Jonas detailed the rise and dissolution of the Jonas Brothers. In what was exclusively his side of the story, the middle Jonas named names and pulled punches in revealing his romantic exploits, the group’s dealings with Disney, religion and why the JoBros decided to Bro no more, at least musically.

Related: The Jonas Brothers Talk About The Break-Up: ‘We’re Brothers First’

Here are his most surprising revelations.

“The first time I smoked weed was with Demi [Lovato] and Miley [Cyrus]. I must have been 17 or 18. They kept saying, ‘Try it! Try it!’ so I gave it a shot, and it was all right.”

Finally, confirmation that Miley wasn’t just smoking salvia. Honestly, this is a big one simply because it confirms how early this kind of partying was going on amongst the now-grown-and-real Disney stars.

“I preferred going to punk-rock shows in small venues in New Jersey, where we grew up, wearing my jean jacket and all my band pins.”

Okay, we all knew JoBros had legit taste in music, but Joe in particular has always been packaged as the slick, potential pop-star middle brother. So, getting his hoodie on and punking out in NJ isn’t exactly an obvious one.

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