Weedmaps is teaming up with "The Freak Brothers" animated series on Tubi. To promote Weedmaps' partnership and the second half of Season 2, eight "Smoke & Screen" events will take place from Sept. 13-21. CelebStoner readers are invited to attend.
In the back-to-back Little Richard documentaries – "Little Richard: The King and Queen of Rock & Roll" and "Little Richard: I Am Everything" (2023) – not much is said about the rock & roll pioneer's prodigious drug use.
Most people think the music that came out the San Francisco Bay Area in the late '60s-early '70s was strictly psychedelic, but the two-part MGM+ series "San Francisco Sounds: A Place in Time" considerably expands on that subject.
"I've done a bit of smugglin' and I've run my share of grass," Jimmy Buffett warbled on "A Pirate Looks at 40" in 1975. It was a minor hit for the singer who passed away on September 1 at 76.
While many approve of the government edging closer to cannabis legalization via federal drug rescheduling, others think the HHS recommendation, if approved by the DEA, will benefit Big Pharma the most.
Fresh from another stint in rehab, Pete Davidson mines those experiences in "Bupkis," Peacock's autobiographical series about the troubled actor/stand-up comic.
Or when 200,000 New Yorkers were busted for weed during the indicted Trump disciple's eight years as mayor.
Celebrities don't get arrested for marijuana like they used to. These days celeb weed busts mostly happen in states that have yet to legalize cannabis for adult or medical use. Case in point: Texas and Dallas Cowboys' defensive lineman Sam Williams.