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Celebrities With Licensed Marijuana Products

At $2.7 billion, legal marijuana is the fastest growing industry in America; it’s also a potent social cause. So it’s not surprising that so many celebrities have jumped into the business. Here’s a rundown of leading celebrities who’ve been branded for marijuana products. For the latest, see TLL‘s feature on celebrity chefs who have signed for branded marijuana.

Also see TLL‘s LAWSCAPE map depicting the legal status of marijuana in all 50 states.

Celebrities With Licensed Marijuana Products
Celebrity Associated Marijuana Product(s)
Bob Marley Marley Natural products available initially in California include 4 categories of cannabis flowers and oil; bath and body care products that combine hemp seed oil with Jamaican botanicals; and a collection of smoking, storage and preparation accessories.
Snoop Dogg Leafs by Snoop (aka LSB) is backed by Casa Verde Capital, a venture capital group in which the rapper is a managing member. He lends his name to a line of Grenco Double G vape pens and marijuana-infused edibles.
Willie Nelson The Web site for the singer’s company, Willie’s Reserve, shows three varieties of “legendary stash” that it promotes as “Coming soon to Colorado, Washington and everywhere voters say yes.”
Wiz Khalifa The rapper has partnered with Colorado-based RiverRock Cannabis to put his name on a strain called Khalifa Kush and infused products and concentrates. He also has a deal with RAW rolling papers which is being expanded to include pre-roll tins and smoking accessories and has reportedly filed trademark papers for cannabis-infused beer.
The Weeknd (Abęl Makkonen Tesfaye) The singer signed a deal with a company named PAX to lend his name to a line of tobacco and marijuana vaporizers featuring his trademark “XO” logo.
Ghostface Killah The Wu-Tang Clan rapper’s Ghostface Killah’s Wu-Goo strain sold exclusively in THC-laden vape cartridges released through Dynamite Stix. The products are currently only available in California, but Ghostface is looking to expand into multiple markets.
RiFF RaFF Rapper who was among the early to have his own strain, a deep purple strain called Jody Highroller.
Freddie Gibbs Rapper with a strain called Freddie Kane OG, which he worked to develop with the help of Loompa Farms in California.
Kurupt Young Gotti Rapper with top-selling strain called Kurupt Moonrock known for its extremely high level of THC.
Melissa Etheridge Veteran musician partnered with Greenway Compassionate Relief, a California-based medical marijuana dispensary, for cannabis-infused fine wines (“wine tinctures” to use the legal term).
Whoopi Goldberg Created the Whoopi & Maya brand with ganjapreneur Maya Elisabeth of Om Edibles, a line sold through California medical dispensaries, which includes a THC-infused bath solution, topical rubs, tinctures and cannabis edibles.
Tommy Chong He of the comedy duo Cheech & Chong has released a couple of cannabis-related products, including strain called Chong Star and Smoke Swipe, an odor remover that removes marijuana odors from clothing.
Mindy Segal Award-winning pastry chef and successful Chicago restaurateur teamed with Cresco Labs to develop line of edibles that Segal actually bakes using THC and ingredients provided by Cresco.

Two names not on this list:

  • Rihanna: The pop singer was rumored to be developing a line of marijuana called “MaRihanna” featuring 3 different strains (called Karibbean Kush, Haitian Haze and Jamaica High Grade), as well as edibles and concentrates. Her representatives shot down the report as untrue.
  • Betheny Frankell: The Real Housewives star told Us magazine last year that she has plans to extend her Skinnygirl brand to a strain of pot engineered not to give the munchies—but so far that seems like only so much smoke.

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