The 18-year-old singer informed TV Guide that while she was working with producer Scott Scorch, an alleged marijuana supporter, she never smoked pot mainly because of the intimidating presence of her father, wrestler Hulk Hogan.
"My dad would sit in the room the entire time that I was recording so no one ever offered me anything (like that), because they were afraid of my dad," said the younger Hogan, whose album "Undiscovered" hit stores in October.
"I'm personally not a fan of it," she added. "I believe that you have that creativity deep down inside of you, and you don't need the drugs to bring it out."
The teenage singer also admitted that between a promotional tour for her album and filming for the VH1 reality series, "Hogan Knows Best," she has no energy for the wild lifestyle attached to many in the music industry.
"When I'm not working, I am either passed out on my bed because I am so exhausted, or sitting at home, watching television and eating cereal," she confessed to TV Guide.
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