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Celebrities join the marijuana industry

English: Snoop Dogg at the Snoop Dogg Supafest...
English: Snoop Dogg at the Snoop Dogg Supafest 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Now that marijuana is becoming accepted in more states, even recreationally legal in some, celebrities like Snoop Dogg, Willie Nelson and Melissa Ethridge are legally drug dealing.

Fox News hosted Dennis Miller, a comedian, to share his opinion on the recent increase of support from celebrities regarding marijuana activism.


Bill O’Reilly asked him specifically about the newly founded company, Leafs by Snoop. “This guy has done more for grass then Miricle Grow,” Miller said. “He’s the George Washington carbor of dank.”

Miller proceeded to suggest transforming the Oscar into a bong and presenting it to Snoop as an award.

Nelson has a similar start-up company called Willie’s Reserve, advertising the best product in the market.

Etheridge is also advertising a new business that produces cannabis-infused fine wine. The wine tinctures can be experienced by anyone in California with a valid medical marijuana license. Online she admits her product is pricey, but claims that it is worth it.

All of these products can be purchased in various dispensaries across the United States. More location information can be found on each company’s website.

To watch the full Fox News interview, check out this link

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