Article by Justin O’Connell, THCist
With Prop 64 in California State History’s past, some of the state’s best known celebrities are looking to serve those in need of a place to stay and a wake and bake.
Experts say by 2020 the state’s cannabis industry could grow into a $25 million dollar market – and that’s just the white market!
Snoop, Charlie Sheen, and Miley Cyrus and other celebrity business partners are looking to light up the toker-tourist market in the Golden State.
Mid-priced “Bud and Breakfast” motels where weed, bonds, pipes, rolling papers and cannabis-infused edibles like candy bars and lollipops will be sold at the hotels.
The 45-year-old Snoop tweeted “I’ll smoke 2 that” when California’s election results were announced, and has already launched his marijuana investment company Leafs by Snoop.
Reports state that rap star Common is also a part of the project.
He and start-up partner Sheen, 51, have reportedly been joined by fellow celebrity investors including Miley Cyrus and actor and rap star Common.