Snoop Dogg Banned from Norway For Two Years After (What Else?) a Pot Bust

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, July, 30th 2012 by THCFinder
And now from the department of news that will surprise no one: Snoop Dogg has been slapped with a 2-year ban from Norway after trying to sneak eight grams of marijuana into the country last month.The eternally laid-back rapper was arrested for possession at Kristiansand Airport in Kjevik, en route to perform at a music festival in southern Norway, the New York Daily News reports. The D-O-Double-G was caught—naturally—by dogs that sniffed out the drugs in his luggage.
In addition to being caught with his beloved Mary Jane, Snoop was also fined for packing too much in his wallet, carrying more cash than legally allowed. He was fined $8,600 for the two offenses, Holger Hagesaeter, Snoop Dogg’s legal rep in Norway, told the Daily News.
(READ: You Can Smoke Snoop Dogg’s New Book. No, Really.)
Hagesaester also revealed that the rapper/singer/actor/author isn’t bent out of shape about his newly-accrued Norwegian ban, explaining that his client “can live with the decision” and doesn’t plan to appeal it.
After all, pot busts are just a routine part of life for Snoop at this point: He was arrested last January at the U.S.-Mexico border checkpoint near El Paso, Tex., caught with over two ounces of his drug of choice.  He was also arrested in Stockholm, Sweden in 2007, and busted at airports in Orange County and Burbank, Calif. in 2006 for marijuana possession — and that’s only going back a few years.


Morgan Freeman On Marijuana: Criminalization Of Weed Is 'Stupidest Law Possible'

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, July, 19th 2012 by THCFinder

Morgan Freeman is a long-time advocate of marijuana legalization, a point he recently reiterated in a wide-ranging interview with Newsweek.

Here's what the "Dark Knight Rises" actor had to say on the issue:

Marijuana! Heavens, oh yeah. It’s just the stupidest law possible, given history. You don’t stop people from doing what they want to do, so forget about making it unlawful. You’re just making criminals out of people who aren’t engaged in criminal activity. And we’re spending zillions of dollars trying to fight a war we can’t win! We could make zillions, just legalize it and tax it like we do liquor. It’s stupid.



Light up

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, July, 12th 2012 by THCFinder


Tommy Chong on The Joe Rogan Experience

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, July, 12th 2012 by THCFinder

Comedy legend Tommy Chong was recently on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, one of the most popular podcasts in the world. For almost three hours he talks about bodybuilding, prison, history, life, love, weed and more.


The Joe Rogan podcast is one of the longest-form free-flowing discussion shows that you’ll find anywhere. If you love Tommy Chong, you will rarely hear him speak in-depth on as many subjects as in the video below.


Part of the comedy legend duo Cheech and Chong, Tommy has been entertaining audiences for decades and is currently using hemp oil to treat his recently diagnosed prostate cancer (


"I've got prostate cancer, and I'm treating it with hemp oil, with cannabis," Tommy told Don Lemon from CNN. "So (legalizing marijuana) means a lot more to me than just being able to smoke a joint without being arrested."


Tommy describes his prostate cancer "as a slow stage one (that I've) had for a long time." There is no word yet as to how Tommy’s announcement might affect his future career plans. For now it’s enough to hope that Tommy gets well.


Thank you Tommy for all you have done and continue to do to entertain us and fight for marijuana law reform.




Snoop Dogg detained at Norway airport for being in possession of marijuana, too much cash

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, June, 28th 2012 by THCFinder
Snoop Dogg got busted by a drug dog in Norway Thursday morning.
The self-proclaimed cannabis connoisseur was packing 8 grams of marijuana when he was detained in customs at Kjevic Airport in Kristiansand.
Authorities discovered the sneaky stash when one of their customs drug dogs was released in the arrivals area and made a beeline for the superstar rapper.
Customs officers said they didn’t recognize the megastar at first and found him to be polite and cooperative, showing “no prima donna whims,” according to Norway’s Verdens Gang newspaper.
Because his stowed-away sensimilla was a small amount, Snoop was fined about $1,980 and released.
He was slapped with another fine of about $7,000 for carrying more cash than is legally allowed.
Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, is scheduled to perform in Norway Thursday night at the Hove Festival in the southern town of Kristiansand.
Shortly after the bust, the 40-year-old rapper posted a photo on Twitter that appeared to show him passing a joint.
"Smoking crip n. cuzns. Hahahahagahhaha,” read the caption.
The airport incident was the rapper’s second drug bust this year alone.
He was cited for possession of marijuana possession in Sierra Blanca, Texas, in January after authorities said they found several joints on his bus.


Miley Cyrus tokin it up again!

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, June, 25th 2012 by THCFinder
When Miley Cyrus isn’t showcasing her sexy curves, she’s always wrapped up in drama. Her latest controversy? Picking up a friend with a  bag full of green goodies at her local marijuana dispensary!
Miley, 19, was seen meeting her buddy in West Hollywood on June 23. Her pal was exiting NOHO Compassionate Caregivers, which is a marijuana dispensary! It looks like Miley and her friend are about to have a great week.



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