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Why Drake joining the cannabis league is just another thot move

Drake is the biggest thot in the music industry.

There’s no debate his actions in the past 3+ years have been questionable.

The quickest of flings with big names like J.Lo and Serena Williams. Then keeping his child Adonis and porn star baby momma on the hush, I just have a hard time not describing Aubrey as a classic thottie.

Now, as he launches More Life Growth Company, Drake’s capitalization on our love for his bullsh*t is finally apparent. 


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Since when did this dude even f*ck with bud?

I understand his fame-factor is through the roof, so just about anything he says or does sells, but we gotta’ wake up.

No one even talks about Kurupt, former executive VP of Death Row Records and now co-founder of arguably the most potent strain of marijuana that’s ever hit the market: Moon Rocks.

Instead, we see Drake post some obscure video to IG featuring his new company’s logo and we lose our minds. 

That’s just some thot sh*t.

The only “real” information I’ve seen is his partnership with Canadian cannabis corporation Canopy Growth in which their stake is 60/40, respectively. Mark Zekulin, CEO of the corporation, seemed pretty excited about the newfound clout.

“Drake’s perspective as a culture leader and entrepreneur combined with Canopy Growth’s breadth of cannabis knowledge will allow our new company to bring an unmatched cannabis experience to global markets.”

AKA, Bread + Bread = Super Bread.

Despite all the hype surrounding this collab, I think this is probably some of the least interesting news to hit the airwaves. It doesn’t suite Aubrey, this marijuana steeze. He said,

“The idea of being able to build something special in an industry that is ever growing has been inspiring. More Life and More Blessings.”

I just want to know HOW? How can Drake, the tropical sound connoisseur, the feature GOAT, and OG king of getting the male population in their feelings, create a strain even worthy of our support? 

He can’t. He won’t. He’ll throw the money in, toss his name on the label, sit back, and watch it sell out nationwide. Just his newest, inventive, thottie-esque idea that’s gearing up to hit the streets. Good job, Aubrey.

And to answer a question probably that’s probably bugging you all: Yes, I’m a Meek fan.