Sinead O'Connor, who passed away on July 26, used marijuana since she was a teenager. "If you smoke a joint you're much clearer, you realize what your thoughts are," the singer once said. "I smoke dope quite a bit and that really does help."
Crooner Tony Bennett, who passed away on July 21, preferred pot. He suffered a cocaine overdose in the late '70s and felt particularly bad when Whitney Houston succumbed to drugs in 2012. "Let's legalize drugs," the smooth singer pled.
U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen is a fan of mushrooms. During her recent visit to China, she was spotted eating at a restaurant in Yunnan that specializes in foraged fungi. Did Pres. Biden's cabinet member feel the effects of the mushroom high?
Leslie Van Houten was one of Charles Manson's hippie chicks who became part of his "Family" in the late '60s. Now she's free from prison on parole 54 years after participating in the shocking Los Angeles murders that left seven people dead in 1969.
Democratic Presidential nomination challenger Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is known for environmental activism, his opposition to Covid vaccines and other conspiracy theories. A hippie in his teens, he was arrested several times for drugs.