I’ll Drink To That! Jay Z launches his new cannabis line ‘Monogram’


Hip hop billionaire Jay Z is selling weed again, only this time it’s legally.

The entrepreneur has announced the launch of his first ever marijuana company called monogram to be released by a California weed company that he is a brand ambassador for.

A press release from the musician promises uncompromising quality to his consumers, and fans have reacted sharply to this news

Interestingly, Jay Z has also uploaded a weed playlist to Tidal. The playlist features singers like Lil Wayne  Rihanna among others.

Jay Z has also set up a website and Instagram account to tease the new line. See below.


Jay Z joins a host of hip hop singers and rapper who have launched a weed line. Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne as well as Snoop Dogg are some of them.

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Actress Whoopi Goldberg launches line of marijuana products for period pain


Outspoken marijuana fan Whoopi Goldberg today announced she is launching a new line of products featuring the drug that claims to help women who suffer from menstrual stomach cramps.

The 60-year-old actress, businesswoman, comedian and television host from New York, who publicly supports marijuana use, told USA Today period pain is ‘not a joke’ and that she wants to help those who suffer from it.

Whoopi says that her product, which is released next month, is for people who ‘don’t want to get high high’, but instead simply want a way to relieve their period pain in a calming and relaxing way.

It will only be available in California to people with medical marijuana cards due to the federal ban on the drug.

The View co-host launched the brand, Whoopi & Maya, with Maya Elisabeth, founder of Om Edibles, an all female-run medical-marijuana cannabis company in California.

By entering the marijuana industry, one of America’s fastest growing, Whoopi is following in the footsteps of rapper Snoop Dogg, who backs Leafs by Snoop, and the family of late singer Bob Marley, who joined a cannabis company to make Marley Natural products.

Whoopi said although joint-smoking is ‘fine’, the majority of people cannot do it before work and function.

‘For me, I feel like if you don’t want to get high high, this is a product specifically just to get rid of discomfort,’ she told Vanity Fair.

‘Smoking a joint is fine, but most people can’t smoke a joint and go to work.’

‘This, you can put it in your purse. You can put the rub on your lower stomach and lower back at work, and then when you get home you can get in the tub for a soak or make tea, and it allows you to continue to work throughout the day.’