Two big names in music and sports - Drake and Ricky Williams - are taking another stab at creating successful celebrity cannabis brands.
Bruce Springsteen's partner in the E Street Band, Steven Van Zandt, is branching out - literally - with his new weed business, Little Steven’s Underground Apothecary, in Massachusetts.
Born in Canada, which legalized cannabis in 2016, pop star Justin Bieber has joined fellow musicians Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, Method Man, Willie Nelson and Melissa Etheridge in the cannabiz with his new Peaches brand.
Arrested in 2006 for driving under the influence of heroin and Oxycontin, Phish frontman Trey Anastasio has been sober for 14 years. Now, he's giving back to others suffering from opioid abuse.
Exclusive: Melissa Etheridge on Her California Cannabis Company, 'It's Hard, But We're Hanging in There'
While some think celebrities have a leg up on other cannabis brands, singer Melissa Etheridge, who launched Etheridge Botanicals in 2020, says it's not so easy. "We don't sell anymore than anyone else," she tells CelebStoner. "We're still in the dark."