Chronic Detriment To The Team: Miami Heat Baller Dion Waiters Suspended 10 Games For Getting Faded Off Weed Gummies

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Dion Waiters Suspended 10 Games For Taking THC Gummies

Dion Waiters was litter than lit on the Miami Heat team plane Thursday night after the team played against the Phoenix Suns. Waiters did not play in the game because of a stomach illness he was suffering from. According to ESPN, he took a THC-infused gummy snack to ease the pain.


Waiters subsequently had was is being described as a “panic attack” as a result of being higher than giraffe a$$.

The Heat released the following statement about the elevated manner in which Dion carried himself:

“We are very disappointed in Dion’s actions this season that include the very scary situation on Thursday night, and grateful that the outcome wasn’t worse,” the Heat said in a statement.

“There have been a number of instances this season in which Dion has engaged in conduct detrimental to the team. … We are proud of how our players have started the season. We expect all of our players, including Dion, to conduct themselves in accordance with the highest standards, and to show professionalism and respect for their teammates, the team, the fans and the NBA community.”

This suspension will cost Dion $1.2 million as he had a clause in his contract for a games-played bonus if he reached 70, but the team had already suspended him for the season opener.

Kush Chronic-les: Man Finds Molded Marijuana That He Hid Inside His Nose 18 Years Ago In Prison

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Man Finds 18-Year-Old Marijuana In His Nose

Sometimes weed smokers hide their stash TOO good.

According to NYDailyNews, an Australian man went to the doctor after suffering from severe sinus headaches got a lot more than a head high when he received his diagnosis. The 48-year-old ex-convict was told that he had a “rubber capsule containing degenerate vegetable/plant matter.”

That’s right, 18-years-ago the man snuck some weed into the prison that he was confined to and never retrieved it. The unidentified gentleman put the cannabis contraband inside a balloon and shoved it up his nose. When he went to get it, it was shoved further up the cavity and the man just assumed that he had passed it thru his system, except he didn’t.

The unidentified 48-year-old Sydney man’s plight was documented in the medical journal BMJ Case Reports, which called it “the first reported case of prison-acquired marijuana-based rhinolith.”

The doctors got it out and the man went on to be fine, but DAMN! SMH.

F**k 12: Black Arizona Man Pulled Over For Rearview Air Freshener Only To Be Harassed About Marijuana

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Cop Harasses Black Man About Marijuana During Air Freshener Traffic Stop

An Arizona man recently spoke out to ABC15 about an incident of police harassment that he captured on video.

Philip Colbert was pulled over on September 19 by a cop who had a problem with the air freshener that was hanging from his rearview mirror.

Colbert was then asked repeatedly about marijuana as if the two were somehow related…

Soup cookie a$$ cop. F**k 12. All of ’em.

Pure Comedy: Snoop Dogg Calls Out Cameron Diaz For Snitching About Their “Kushy” High School Days

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Cameron Diaz Used To Buy Weed From Snoop During Their High School Days

Cardi B isn’t the only one giving Angie Martinez juicy secrets on the premiere episode of WE tv’s new series “Untold Stories of Hip Hop” airing Thursday, September 26th. In the below clip Snoop Dog plays “Fact or Rumor” and discusses what secret Cameron Diaz couldn’t keep!

OOoooh… Cameron broke the code!

Also on tonight’s episode, besides discussing her #MeToo moment Cardi B also exposes her first time having sex with Offset. Snoop Dogg also details his final encounter with Biggie and the plane flight with Tupac and Suge Knight that almost ended his life.

Here’s More About Untold Stories of Hip Hop:

From iconic rap verses to historic artist beefs, “Untold Stories of Hip Hop” puts the stories behind the moments front and center. As a pioneer and one of the most respected legends in hip hop journalism, Host and Executive Producer Angie Martinez has those who are notorious for being guarded, open up to her in ways they have never done before. Featuring interviews with hip hop’s biggest names include Cardi B, Snoop Dogg, Queen Latifah, Ice Cube, Nelly, A$AP Rocky, DJ Khaled, Wyclef Jean, Ja Rule, Fat Joe and more. Each hour-long episode of this fresh and fast-paced series shines a new light on hip hop’s most influential artists with unforgettable revelations directly from the stars themselves.

UNTOLD STORIES OF HIP HOP- “CARDI B & SNOOP DOG”- Premieres Thursday, September 26th at 10/11C on WeTV

Kush Chronicles: House Passes SAFE Banking Act Allowing Cannabis Businesses To Operate In Financial Institutions

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House Passes SAFE Banking Act

The owners and employees at your local weed shop are probably rolling one up to this good news.

According to MarketWatch and contrary to Republicans claiming Democrats are foregoing their work to impeach Donald Trump, the House managed to pass the SAFE Banking Act. This legislation will allow banks to do business with banks. Although marijuana is still federally illegal, cannabis businesses in legal states still have nowhere to do their banking. The constant influx of cash makes dispensaries targets for robberies and other crime.

Now it’s time for the Senate to do their job and pass this bill, unfortunately, Republicans like “Moscow” Mitch McConnell is staunchly anti-marijuana and doesn’t seem to give a damn if people get robbed or killed. However, semi-rational GOP-ers like Sen. Mike Crapo says he wants a vote before the end of the year.

Perhaps there are provisions that could be put in place that would prompt conservative support but until then we are skeptical of their support.

“There’s a line of thinking that McConnell could go along with a pot banking bill to help Republicans in the 2020 elections,” Katz said. “The tough re-election prospects of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner [a co-sponsor of the bill] of marijuana-friendly Colorado are often cited. But the benefit to Republicans, especially in the West and South, of supporting a bill that’s at least superficially pro-marijuana, is debatable.”

It seems silly to continue to fight America’s evolved view on cannabis with 33 states that have legalized medicinal use.

“I’m fairly confident that either the SAFE Act or STATES Act will be passed,” said Rob DiPisa, co-chair of law firm Cole Schotz’s Cannabis Law Group. “I think the industry has come too far. The cat’s out of the bag, and it’s not going to disappear, so banking needs to happen.”

This is meaningful legislation that will benefit all those who are looking to enter the cannabis industry, especially Black business owners who want to open dispensaries in our neighborhoods.

Kush Chronic-les: Canadian Company Conjures Up “Odorless” Cannabis For Your Clandestine Smoking Needs

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Canadian Company Creates Odorless Cannabis

Smoking the loudest, most obnoxious-smelling weed is an honor and a privilege for most cannabis inhalers, but a Canadian company is hoping to quiet things down a bit with their newest silent strain.

According to Yahoo Finance, CannabCo Pharmaceutical Corp. is preparing to release a technologically advanced strain of Mary Jane that doesn’t smell like a game 7 locker room.

“A number of users, and people that are around cannabis smokers, complain about the smell, especially in enclosed areas, condos and apartments, and this technology addresses those concerns,” CannabCo president and chief executive officer Mark Pellicane wrote in a news release on Tuesday.

Yeah, ok, some folks are annoyed by the smell of weed, but they be musty and that offends people as well.

CannabCo claims its PURECANN technology “greatly reduces” cannabis odour when flower is combusted, and makes the smell “virtually undetectable” when dry product is in storage. The technology is also said to reduce harshness when smoking, and lessens day-after effects.

Let them tell it, this is the future of flower.

“There are no third-party gadgets, or devices on the part of the user. The end result is pure cannabis that doesn’t smell,” Pellicane added. “A woman can carry cannabis in her purse without having the odour concentrated or leaking out in her handbag.”

To the weed smokers amongst us, does this sound like a product you’d be interested in?

“Growing Up Hip Hop NY” Exclusive: Irv Gotti Talks To Son About His “DWB” Arrest [VIDEO]

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Was Irv’s Son Smoking Weed Before Being Arrested

We’re just a few days away from the upcoming premiere of “Growing Up Hip Hop: New York,” airing Thursday, August 29 at 9PM on WE tv. We’ve got an exclusive clip featuring Irv Gotti and his son JJ, who had a brush with the law that Irv originally thought was just another case of “DWB”… but was JJ actually breaking the law? Watch the clip below:

Wow. What would you do if you were Irv? Weed is legal in a lot of states but we’re guessing JJ doesn’t have a medical license for it.

“Growing Up Hip Hop NY” premieres Thursday, August 29 at 9PM on WE tv

Here’s more on the series via the show’s release:

From broken relationships and love triangles to arrests, sibling rivalries and the infamous Fyre Festival; each hour-long episode of WE tv’s “Growing Up Hip Hop: New York” will be a non-stop, drama-packed ride. Premiering Thursday, August 29 at 9:00pm ET/PT, the newest series in WE tv’s hit franchise will follow these New York natives as they navigate their complicated love lives and hustle hard to become more than just the sons and daughters of their famous parents.

The well-off and well-connected cast includes rap star Ja Rule and children Jeff Bruce Atkins Jr. and Brittney Atkins; Murder Inc. mogul Irv Gotti and children, Angie Pearson and Jonathan “JJ” Wilson Lorenzo; Fat Joe with son Ryan Cartagena; famed rapper Charli Baltimore and daughter DJ Siaani; Young Dirty Bastard, son of the late Old Dirty Bastard; Flavor Flav and his children Da’Zyna, Quan and Will; JoJo Simmons, son of legendary rap pioneer Rev. Run; rapper and actress Lil’ Mama and her brother Arnstar; rapper and producer Kid Capri with daughter Vina Love and renowned industry manager Madina Milana.

Kush Chronic-les: Boosie Banged With 2 Felony Counts For Possession Of Loud Pack, Faces 1 Year In Prison

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Boosie Charged With 2 Felonies For Marijuana Possession

If there’s one thing that Boosie is good at finding it’s trouble.

According to TMZ, the Louisiana rapper was pulled over last April and arrested for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. During the traffic stop officers also found a handgun and over $20,000 in cash money.

Luckily for Boosie, the cops weren’t really trippin’ about the pistol, but they had a big, hairy, veiny, hard-on for the weed.

There isn’t much explanation as to why the gun was no big deal, but the boys in blue have charged Boosie with 2 felonies stemming from the possession of pot.

The rapper and his passenger are both facing a year in prison if found guilty.

Ironically, this sounds stressful enough to make a brotha wanna roll one up.

Chicken-Chokin’ Comedy: Dave Chappelle Details How He Discovered His Son’s Weed Habit [Video]

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Dave Chappelle Tells How He Discovered Son Smoking Weed

Part of Dave Chappelle‘s legendary status is due to his tightly-rolled cypher of fans who lifted him to prominence after he released his kush-y cinematic canon film Half Baked.

Based on a bit from his Netflix comedy special Equanimity & The Bird Revelation, his son’s apple bong didn’t fall far from his THC tree…

Press play to hear the hilarious story.

If you haven’t seen this comedy special, do yourself a favor and check it out.

“Life After Lockup” Exclusive: If Lamar Doesn’t Want Smoke With Andrea… His Family Better Stop Rolling Up![VIDEO]

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Andrea Takes A Stand Against Weed Smoke

It’s really no secret how much we love “Life After Lockup” around these parts, on this week’s episode Andrea loses her cool around Lamar’s family because they’re smoking weed. Not only is it against her Mormon beliefs, she believes the weed makes her feel sick and says she can’t breathe. Check out the exclusive clip below:

Here’s more about this week’s upcoming episode:

Tracie explodes when Clint’s secret is revealed. Scott’s proposal takes a turn when Lizzie makes a shocking accusation. Michael loses it when Sarah gives birth. Andrea walks out on Lamar’s family while Marcelino races to confront Brittany’s ex. ​


Kush Chronic-les: Jay-Z Inks Multi-Year Partnership With Caliva Cannabis Company As Chief Brand Strategist


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Jay-Z Named Brand Strategist Of Cannabis Company

Allow him to reintroduce himself, his name Hov, he now sells T-to-the-H-C.

According to Rolling Stone, Shawn Carter is now the Chief Brand Strategist of a cannabis company called Caliva. It is reported that he will help the company creative decisions, outreach efforts, strategy and also a major effort to rectify the issues surrounding social justice and legalization.

“Anything I do, I want to do correctly and at the highest level,” Jay-Z said in a statement. “With all the potential in the cannabis industry, Caliva’s expertise and ethos make them the best partners for this endeavor. We want to create something amazing, have fun in the process, do good and bring people along the way.”

We’re just gonna go ahead and assume that when Jay said “highest level” it was no pun intended.

“For Jay-Z to seek out Caliva as a partner is humbling and confirms our mission of being the most trusted name in cannabis,” says Caliva CEO, Dennis O’Malley. “To find that we were in complete alignment around our values and ethos was just a home run. We believe this partnership is unparalleled in this or any business and we could not be more pleased to be working with him and have him as our Chief Brand Strategist.”

The social justice angle of cannabis is one that falls in line with Jay’s foray into activism as he’s already executive produced the Kalief Browder film and played a significant part in helping Meek Mill get released from prison.

Who’s looking forward to smokings some Roc-A-Weed?!?

Summa Cum LOUD-e: Black Woman Named Marijuana Pepsi Takes High Road Over Lifelong Haters, Earns PhD At 46

Black Woman Named Marijuana Pepsi Vandyck Earns PhD

Yes, you read all of that correctly.

According to the Journal Sentinel, a Black woman with an unusual name has overcome a lifetime of haters and downtalkers to earn her doctorate degree.

46-year-old Marijuana Pepsi Vandyck, DOCTOR Marijuana Pepsi Vandyck, graduated from Cardinal Stritch University in Wisconsin last month. She says she absolutely refused to change her given name in order to show people that you can overcome things that people say will hold you back.

Teachers, classmates, bosses and even some friends refused to call her by her name and tried to opt-out for “Mary”. She wasn’t having it. Those criticisms even inspired Marijuana to title her dissertation: “Black names in white classrooms: Teacher behaviors and student perceptions.”

Her mother, Maggie (Brandy) Johnson, who still lives in Beloit, picked out her name and proclaimed that it would take her around the world. Her sisters, one older and one younger, got relatively common names, Kimberly and Robin.

When asked about her thoughts on the legalization of her namesake she says:

“My main concern are the individuals serving time for marijuana-related offenses. I would like to see all their sentences overturned. These people were locked up for making money from the sale of marijuana, and now that the government has figured out ways to make the money themselves, it is ‘legal’ and, further, encouraged.”

For the record, Marijuana says she’s never smoked and doesn’t drink Pepsi.

“I feel great. I party with drunk people; you can’t tell us apart.” She also doesn’t drink Pepsi or other soda except for an occasional fruity soft drink in an ice cream float.

God bless the good sis. Put some respect on her name, not a Swisher Sweet!