Several celebrities have taken to growing their cannabis, enjoying all the benefits. These famous personalities include Snoop Dogg, Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., and Miley Ray Cyrus. In addition, some cannabis strain names got their alias from these celebrities.

Several celebrities have jumped into the cannabis business and are leveraging the industry’s momentum. They’re also using their name and fame to help consumers make the right choice regarding weed.

The cannabis industry is a multi-billion dollar industry expected to grow to $20 billion by the End of 2022. While many celebrities have dabbled with cannabis in the past, many more are taking advantage of the pro-cannabis culture and are creating their brands.


Seth Aaron Rogen

Despite his success as an actor, filmmaker, and writer, Seth Aaron Rogen also grows cannabis. A Canadian-American, Rogen has become an advocate for marijuana law reform. He’s also an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. He has even raised money for Alzheimer’s disease research.

Rogen and his partner Evan Goldberg are longtime collaborators. They’ve written and produced films like Superbad, and This is the End. They’ve also teamed up to start a cannabis company, Houseplant. The company, which launched in Canada in 2019, offers a variety of cannabis products. In addition to selling buds and accouterments, the company sells elegant Pottery Barn-inspired ceramic accessories.

Snoop Dogg

Despite the controversy surrounding his past, Snoop Dogg has remained outspoken about his love for marijuana. In addition to his career as a rapper, he has become a leading advocate for the legalization of cannabis. He is also an investor in multiple cannabis start-ups. In 2015, he unveiled his line of weed products: Leafs by Snoop.

He’s teamed up with the Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth to promote his branded products. The product line features a variety of products, including edibles, concentrates, and marijuana flowers. It’s expected to be launched in Canada this month.


Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.

Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Lil Wayne became a prominent hip-hop recording artist. He is considered by many to be the best rapper of the 21st century. His career began at a young age. He started by writing his raps while attending Lafayette Elementary School before attending Eleanor McMain Secondary School.

During his time at McMain, he played the part of Tin Man in the school’s production of The Wiz. At twelve, he joined a drama club that performed the same play. After the show, Carter was offered a role in a musical group called The Hot Boys. He was also put into a duo with rapper B.G., then known as Lil Doogie.

Miley Ray Cyrus

Whether you’re a fan of Miley’s music, movies, or television show, you’re probably aware of her love for cannabis. She’s even made a point to openly advocate for the legalization of marijuana in her home state of California. She’s also an outspoken supporter of several causes that focus on social justice and vulnerable populations of young people.

While Miley isn’t the first celebrity to grow their pot, she’s certainly not the only one. Some of her famous friends have been known to smoke weed on occasion.

Cheech Marin

Having used marijuana for more than 30 years, Cheech Marin has made a name for himself in the cannabis community. His cannabis line, dubbed Cheech’s Stash, offers all-natural, handcrafted edibles and pre-rolls in various marijuana strains.

Cheech Marin is an actor, comedian, and musician with a long relationship with marijuana. In addition to his marijuana product line, Marin works with master growers to create high-quality, hybrid weed seeds with high THC strains.

Marin has been a long-time user of cannabis, and he has a deep understanding of the plant’s medicinal benefits. He believes it has excellent health benefits and can help with pain.


Whoopi Goldberg

Whoopi Goldberg is a writer and actress who partnered with the marijuana company Whoopi & Maya to produce a line of medical marijuana products. In 2013, the singer admitted that she was a weed addict. She credited her weed use with helping her overcome anxiety and pain.

Brock Ollie

NBC’s spokesman stated that the network does not accept ads about cannabis. However, it’s unclear why they would not take a Weedmaps ad.

According to a report by CNN, the Super Bowl LVI ad was intended to focus on the contrasting attitudes towards cannabis in the United States. The halftime show featured pioneering musical artists, rap music, and a marijuana-themed halftime show explored the two ways we look at the drug.

One of the biggest hurdles for the cannabis industry is censorship. Many media outlets continue to portray marijuana as a dangerous drug to be avoided. This censorship affects the industry’s ability to grow, consumer education, and the public’s perception of the plant. Thankfully, more people are beginning to understand the truth about the plant.

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