While Snoop Dogg is known for smoking dozens of blunts a day, Eminem has long battled opioids and stayed away from weed. However, with this song, Eminem kind of comes out of the cannabis closet.
In a 2018 recording released by his attorney Joseph Bondy, Russian-born businessman Lev Parnas talked to then President Trump about legalizing marijuana. Parnas has since been convicted of fraud and campaign finance crimes and on June 29 was sentenced to 20 months in jail.
The man who's trying to legalize psychedelic drugs in New York State has been arrested for having them. After a traffic stop on June 10, Aaron Genuth was charged with DUI and possession of psilocybin mushrooms, LSD, MDMA and ketamine.
Global cannabis use continues to rise as legalization takes effect in the U.S. and Canada. "Cannabis cultivation is nearly universal," the U.N. notes in its 2022 World Drug Report. More than 150 countries produce pot, ganja, cannabis, marijuana, herb, bud, weed - whatever you prefer to call it.
Fab 5 Freddy's B NOBLE Brand Expands to New Jersey, Raises Money for Released Pot Prisoners Like Noble
Former MTV host Fab 5 Freddy is on a mission. "The Grass Is Greener" director has teamed up with former prisoner Bernard Noble and Curaleaf on the B NOBLE cannabis brand.
Bill Maher says on the latest episode of "Real Time" on HBO: "The drug war has been a horrendous instrument of prejudice and punishment for racial minorities. So, it seems fair that they jump the line for weed franchises the way Indians did for casinos."
Bay Area jam-band Moonalice has teamed up with Lester Chambers and his son Dylan on a number of remakes of Chambers Brothers classics, including "Love, Peace & Happiness."
Super Bowl winning tight end Rob Gronkowski announced he's retiring from the NFL for the second time, spurring talk about his next moves. Will Gronk get more involved with cannabis?
Mike Epps, Katt Williams and four other comedians join Snoop Dogg for his R-rated "F*cn Around Comedy Special" on Netflix.
"Jeopardy" host Mayim Bialik, the latest celebrity to get scammed by bogus CBD companies, has filed suit in Florida asking for damages and removal of URLs from search engines. Fox's Tucker Carlson is the target of a similar scheme.