Wiz Khalifa brazenly walks through Los Angeles with HUGE bags of cannabis – before handing it out to paparazzi
By: Tilly Pearce
Source: The Sun
The 29-year-old was spotted leaving Catch in West Hollywood with a busty raven-haired beauty carried a ziplock bag FULL of marijuana, alongside a giant gold grinding tin.
Once the pair had got into his silver Impala, Wiz wound down the window and started speaking to the paparazzi while he began to roll a joint.
In footage obtained by TMZ, the star quipped: “You’re going to miss somebody else coming out of there filming me rolling weed and s***!”
Another photographer then calls out his name and he replied: “Oh, you want some?”, before giving the man a lump of the plant for their own consumption.
Other photographers soon wanted in on the act and joined in with their own requests for samples – which Wiz happily obliged.
Someone then asked what strain of weed he was handing out, and he revealed it was his own Khalifa Kush.
The man then revealed: “Man, I can smell it from here!”
Wiz then responded and said: “Of course you can smell it! This is some good s***”
His Khalifa Kush line, also known as KK, was created on April 20 this year – a date synonymous with those who imbibe the plant.
Wiz had previously spoken of his love for the plant-based consumable and has previously spoken of his desire to create his own.
The star has released tapes celebrating the herb, bragged he spends thousands on the plant a month and has been arrested on several drug charge counts.
In 2010, he told MTV: “I thought weed was bad for a minute.
“When I was younger, I thought it was bad, but I got to a point where it worked for me. It don’t work for everybody else.
“People gotta stay free, people need jobs, people got parents that probably wouldn’t be with it, so don’t ruin your life trying to be like me. That’s my advice.”
He added that he felt the world would be a “better place” if California legalised cannabis completely.
The new vote, which takes place on November 8, is the second in the state over the topic.
It was previously voted on in 2010, but the final results opted against making it legal.
Source: The Sun
Author: Tilly Pearce
Published: October, 22 2016
URL: The Sun