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Smith went cannabis-free last January and has since found a renewed passion for activities like yoga and learning Spanish.
The actress/singer and social media figure added cannabis entrepreneur to her resume when she launched Forbidden Flowers, a weed brand.
In her Netflix documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, the “Rain On Me” singer said weed helps her manage chronic pain and channel creativity.
Rihanna infamously posted a photo of herself rolling a blunt on her bodyguard's head in 2012. "I'm crazy, and I don't pretend to be anything else," she tweeted.
The Saturday Night Live star uses weed to help him cope with pain from Crohn’s disease. But he also, “just love[s] smoking weed” he told Howard Stern in an interview.
The singer opened up about addiction in her docuseries Dancing With the Devil. She still drinks and smokes in moderation, but acknowledged that approach isn’t for everyone.
Since his iconic stoner role in Freaks and Geeks, Rogen has become a known cannabis consumer. Just last month, he launched his own weed brand, Houseplant.
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“I love weed. When I’m home, I’ll smoke and then play guitar for seven hours,” Mendes told Rolling Stone in 2018.
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Earlier this year, Malik received some backlash after he posted a smoking selfie. He’s been open about using weed to help his creativity, though, according to a 2016 interview.
The actor had turned to weed to cope with his celebrity status in the ’90s, but put down the bong when he felt he was turning into a “doughnut.”
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In a 2019 interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actress revealed her reason for quitting smoking: “I’m too old.”
The rapper immortalized his love of the leaf in his and Wiz Khalifa’s 2011 hit “Young, Wild & Free.” Need we say more?
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please contact the SAMHSA substance abuse helpline at 1-800-662-HELP.