A plethora of rock stars passed away in the first four months of 2015, including B.B. King, Ben E. King, Percy Sledge, Leslie Gore, Johnny Kemp, Daevid Allen, and members of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Free, the Brothers Johnson, Toto and Twisted Sister.
Two legendary female celebs - Jane Fonda and Stevie Nicks - recently said they still smoke pot. Meanwhile, singer Kelly Clarkson wonders, "How many people do you know who have died from weed? My point exactly."
In honor of Tommy Chong's 77th birthday on May 24, we've complied a fun quiz. How's your Chong IQ? About 420? Well, let's see...
Comedian Chelsea Handler brought edibles on a recent family vacation in Mexico. "They were hallucinogenic," she tells Seth Meyers. "I'm not sure what happened that day."
Seventy-seven year old actor Morgan Freeman uses marijuana for medical purposes. While promoting his new movie "5 Flights Up" with Diane Keaton, he reflects on the benefits of cannabis.