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Tommy Chong Says Marijuana Helped Him Beat Cancer

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, May, 14th 2013 by THCFinder
One half of the famous “Cheech and Chong” comedy team says he has beaten prostate cancer, thanks to the use of marijuana.
 
Earlier this week Tommy Chong posted on CelebStoner that he had “kicked cancer's a**!”
 
“So the magic plant does cure cancer with the right diet and supplements,” wrote Chong.
 
Chong is crediting his recovery with the somewhat unconventional methods of his Canadian doctor, who treated his cancer with “hash oil” and encouraged him to change his diet. He also said a number of sessions with Adam Dreamhealer, a man whom he described as a “world-renowned healer”.
 
Last June, the 74-year-old comedian was diagnosed with cancer after a three-year period in which he said he had been drug free.
Chong said he is 99 percent free of the disease.
 
“I'm due for another blood test, MRI, etc., but I feel the best I've felt in years,” he wrote in his post.
 
Chong, who revealed in June 2012, he was using cannabis to treat his cancer, said in an interview with CNN, that legalizing marijuana “means a lot more to me than just being able to smoke a joint without being arrested.”
 

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How to Roll a Blunt

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, April, 30th 2013 by THCFinder


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Rapper 2 Chainz Found Not Guilty of Marijuana Possession

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, April, 26th 2013 by THCFinder
It looks like 2 Chainz is officially off the hook.
 
The Grammy-nominated rapper—whose real name is Tauheed Epps—was found not guilty today on marijuana charges stemming from a traffic stop on Valentine's Day, according to local reports.
 
According to the police report, Epps' vehicle was pulled over for speeding in Maryland for driving 79 mph in a 55 mph zone.
 
"Upon approaching the van, an odor of marijuana was smelled coming from the vehicle," a spokesman for the Maryland State Police told E! News in February. "A probable cause search was executed and a backpack was found with a grinder and trace evidence of marijuana."
 
2 Chainz was found not guilty on both charges, possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana paraphernalia.
 

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Snoop Dogg, 4/20 Party: Cops Shut Down at Rapper's Marijuana Celebration

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Sun, April, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
Snoop Lion's 4/20 Festival was put out before he even had the chance to light up.
 
According to TMZ, the rapper held a marijuana party at a Hollywood Hills mansion and it was shut down by police just as he was arriving to it.
 
The party reportedly started yesterday at 11 a.m., but neighbors in the surrounding area complained to the police about "the noise levels and parking situation." TMZ reports that the party didn't have a permit either.
 
Cops arrived and shut the party down, but Snoop was reportedly very cooperative during the ordeal -- talking to the police and understanding why it was being shut down. The site says that nobody was cited at the party.
 
Before the celebration, Snoop seemed ready to party in a tweet he wrote. "Bout to be #Snoop420," he tweeted. "Who's celebratin' wit me. The happy holidays."
 

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Miley Cyrus Smoking Marijuana At LA Club Greystone Manor

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, April, 16th 2013 by THCFinder

 

Miley Cyrus was apparently smoking marijuana while out on the dance floor at the LA hotspot Greystone Manor according to PerezHilton. Miley Cyrus has had past incidences with being caught smoking marijuana but there is now a reported video of the former Disney teen queen smoking marijuana while on the dance floor and exhale smoke into the crowd.

The Greyston manor seems to be a haven for marijuana smoking celebrities, because this is the same club that Rihanna was reportedly spotted smoking marijuana only a week ago.
 
On April 7, the Huffington Post released photos of the 20-year-old singer on her balcony in Miami puffing on a hand rolled cigarette filed with marijuana. 
 
Cyrus has also publicly reffered to herself as "stoner" and a "pothead" when she was given a Bob Marley birthday cake her 19th birthday by friend Kelly Osbourne.
 

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T.I., Jamie Foxx Named In Marijuana Lawsuit Against Universal Music

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, April, 12th 2013 by THCFinder
A former security guard at Universal Music Publishing Group has filed suit against her former employer for allowing the use of marijuana by artists and executives on site.
 
The plaintiff – an anonymous 41-year-old woman – says that members of UMPG’s Santa Monica office and the building’s management “turned a blind eye” to drug use on the company’s premises. She alleges that T.I., Jamie Foxx, MC Ren, Macy Gray, Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine as well as some UMPG executives “began visiting the premises with drugs in hand and oftentimes offer[ed] drugs to Plaintiff, which she refused.”
 
The plaintiff also indicates that she was subject to racial slurs and forced to contend with a sexually-explicit work environment.
 
“UMPG employees were complaining about finding bras hanging in the studio and people being found passed out in the showers after partying and drug use,” the suit reads. “[The] Plaintiff found condoms plastered in the men’s bathroom while on patrol. She began witnessing UMPG employees engaged in intimate touching and grinding, involving buttocks and genitalia.”
 
The unknown plaintiff is claiming anonymity under California’s whistle-blower law. She is seeking an unspecified amount for discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination after issuing complaints regarding the use of drugs in the building.
 

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