The Game Announces His New Weed Strain Inspired by LeBron James – Details Here!
Legalized marijuana is one of the fastest growing and lucrative businesses in the United States at the moment. With the legalization of weed now happening in other states, many are throwing their hats in the ring in attempts to cash in on it. Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg, The Marley family and others are already in the business and The Game is not going to be left behind.
The Game has launched his new weed company named, Trees By Game and announced the upcoming launch of a new strain inspired by the bid to bring Lebron James to the Lakers. The star took to social media and in a post of his cannabis buds announced his new strain dubbed, “LA” Bron James which will be available in dispensaries on July 4th.
Will The Game be dropping new music? We certainly hope so, but with all that weed money that’s about to come in, it may be a while before we get some music from the star.
Check out his post below.
NEW STRAIN ALERT: i Welcome you to enjoy my new @trees.by.game strain “LA” Bron James…. a strain inspired by my city & them trying to bring “King James to the LAKESHOW 🙏🏾. Coming to a dispensary near you 7-4-18. Also exclusively lit at my annual “4th of July” party & available for FREE CONSUMPTION 🔥💨 #TreesByGame
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