These celebrities know how to celebrate 4/20. Take a look at a gallery of our favorite celebrity potheads inside.
The two boxing legends have put their differences aside long ago and now are partnering to release a new edible product inspired by their controversial 1997 fight.
High Stakes: Diddy Spends $185 Million To Become The Owner Of The First & Largest Black-Owned Cannabis Company
Sean 'Diddy' Combs is now the cannabis industry! Last week, he acquired two cannabis businesses in a deal worth up to $185 million.
Vic Mensa Launches 93 Boyz, The First Black-Owned Cannabis Company In Illinois, Focusing On Equity & Prison Reform
Chicago rapper and activist Vic Mensa unveils the first Black-owned cannabis company in Illinois, 93 Boyz. Read more inside.
Nipsey Hussle’s Legacy Lives On With ‘The Marathon (Cultivation)’ Documentary Exploring His Multi-Million Dollar Cannabis Business
Watch the documentary exploring Nipsey Hussle's life and the challenges he and his brother faced as they grew a multi-million dollar cannabis business.
Support Black owned dispensaries and cannabis brands this 4/20 because it's not easy to get in the game. Spend your money with these Black owned dispensaries and cannabis brands this year.
Weedmaps To Premiere Original Docuseries ‘Tumbleweeds With Killer Mike’ On Vice TV To Celebrate 4/20
Famed rapper and activist Killer Mike hosts the four-part docuseries that celebrates the impact and evolution of cannabis culture in Las Vegas, San Francisco, New York and Chicago.
Cannabis prevents Covid? According to a recent laboratory study, cannabis compounds prevented the virus that causes Covid-19 from penetrating healthy human cells. Read more details inside.
People all over the country celebrated 4/20 yesterday, Jhené Aiko included; head inside to watch her latest offering.
Exclusive Q&A: Curren$y Drops A Special First-Of-Its-Kind NFT With New EP, “Financial District” On 4/20
We had an opportunity to speak with Curren$y ahead of his exclusive NFT EP release, and he shared his thoughts on being progressive in the digital space, recording the project in a day, recent collaboration with Jay-Z's Monogram campaign, and his adorable relationship with his son.
The vibrant Slim Aarons-inspired, Hype Williams images are quite memorable, and the person who effortlessly stands out amongst the rest is fashion and beauty model, Slick Woods. Take a look at how she graciously slayed Monogram's campaign.
Marijuana could boost Maryland’s economy, as it’s done in California, Denver and Seattle.