In a 2014 interview on "Larry King Now," Willie Nelson told the talk-show host about marijuana, "I think it's a good habit for me."
In 2013, Larry King told Snoop Dogg he "would legalize it," referring to marijuana, and quoted Lenny Bruce: "They're going to legalize marijuana someday because every law student I know smokes it." King passed away from Covid-19 on January 23.
Always the contrarian, author/raconteur Fran Lebowitz discusses marijuana in the Netflix docu-series, "Pretend It's a City," directed by Martin Scorsese.
Bill Maher is not the first celebrity to be used in a CBD scam, but is the first to complain about it on national television, which he did on the latest "Real Time."
From Chong's Choice to Marley Natural to Willie's Reserve, here's our guide to the most popular, successful and currently available celebrity canna-brands.