Celebrities Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Mary Jane

 by lucy

Two celebrities are making headlines for integrating their love of marijuana into their Valentine’s Day celebrations.

The first is rapper 2chainz, who was arrested on Thursday on drug charges after his van was pulled over for speeding.  Police smelled marijuana in the van, and after searching the vehicle, state troopers found a backpack with a marijuana grinder and trace amounts of weed.

According to Maryland state police spokesman Sergeant Marc Black, 2chainz admitted that the backpack was his and submitted to arrest.  However, 2chainz told a different story on twitter.  He wrote, “Not to mention my security said it was his and they said , he don’t smoke ,, how da fuk u know? Haha wut a valentines day!!!”

In addition to the comments, 2chainz also posted a picture of himself with two police officers and said the officers asked for a picture with him after he was released.

If he’s found guilty, 2chainz could face up to a year in prison as well as a $1,000 fine.

The second celeb is Rihanna, who has never shied away from sharing her love of marijuana with her fans.  The singer posted a picture of a weed “bouquet” on her instagram feed during the day on Valentine’s.

The picture was accompanied by a caption that read, “Roses are green!  Somebody knows how to make me happy.”  It seems like someone leaked the present idea to her, though, because the day before Valentine’s she tweeted, “Mary Jane will be my valentine.”



7 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

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    gotdabs said on Feb 16, 2013

    TWO CHAINZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ…how funny they wanted a pic

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    K-Budzz said on Feb 16, 2013

    hhahaa those mother fucking cops faces. classic

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    redlaser said on Feb 16, 2013

    First the cops want to fuck the guy over on a bullshit charge of trace amounts of pot and a grinder, making him pay for a lawyer to fight it. Then they have the balls to ask for a picture with the dude like everythings cool, so typical of the mindset of the police, using the people for there personal gain and general entertainment.

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      hitmanace said on Feb 16, 2013

      i would agree but man he was in a state where its illegal its the law, he should have been smart. police are doing there jobs man and if its law they have to do what the law says. plus i bet the dudes in the pics arent the arresting officers. however they are fucked up laws but you got to obey the law man or not bitch when you get busted, you know what your doing is illegal and its a risk dont be mad at no one but the lawmakers and yourself.

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    redlaser said on Feb 16, 2013

    @hitmanace, I agree you must be responsible when traveling, but this guy was caught with trace amounts, which the cops claim to have smelled outside the car which is bullshit. And they always start the fishing trip by saying the guy was speeding- how are you going to prove otherwise? And cops don't have to strictly enforce all laws, they can let minor shit go and do it all the time for friends and family, and I would bet you are familiar with this. Jim Crow laws were enforced by police as well and cannabis laws have become the new way to discriminate against a group of people, arrest and jail them and seize all their assets if they have anything to take.

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      Quizy said on Feb 17, 2013

      It's not bullshit RedLaser.. some chronic smoked in a car will leave a smell for WEEKS unless you properly air it out and or spray oziums…..And the smell of chronic coming from a car is def reason to pull someone out.. I believe his boy took the fall, but the cops had it in for him im guessing cuz he has $$.

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    redlaser said on Feb 19, 2013

    Quizy- they only got him with a messy grinder, in a backpack that they smelled inside the car without a dog. Sounds to me like they kept a clean ride except for the grinder. Dudes in dreadlocks, thats all they needed to pull him out, plus they probably had out of state plates.

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