Justin Bieber enters the cannabis business to celebrate the release of “Peaches”
“I got my peaches out in Georgia; I get my weed from California,” the Current hit of Justin Bieber “Peaches,” says everybody who enjoys music. Now, interpreting the lyrics literally, the Canadian musician is preparing to release limited-edition marijuana cannabis!
As strange as it may sound, the pop star has teamed up with Palms, a US cannabis expert, to launch a “high-end line” of ready-made joints (cannabis) to commemorate the popular tune from his 2021 album Justice. When it was published in March, the upbeat earworm, a duet with Daniel Caesar and Giveon, rocketed to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
The cooperation goods will only be available for a limited time in California, Nevada, Massachusetts, and Florida states where weed is legal for medicinal and recreational use.
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Palms wrote on Instagram, “Our goal is to make cannabis more approachable and help destigmatize its use.”
According to Bloomberg, the filtered, pre-rolled joints come in a pack of seven with a special Bic lighter and box, both stamped with the word “Peaches,” and cost $32.
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