2 Chainz & The Most Expensive Weed in the World
2 Chainz set out to smoke the most expensive joint using the most expensive weed in the world for GQ Magazine’s new internet series, “Most Expensivest Shit.”
$800-An-Ounce Marijuana= Most Expensive Weed
2 Chainz tested 24K gold rolling papers using $800-an-ounce marijuana and the help of a “celebrity medical marijuana consultant,” Dr. Dina. While the video of what ensued is awesome, we wish somewhere it included what college major to pick to get Dr. Dina’s job title.
Most of us know (from experience or otherwise) that habitually smoking weed isn’t cheap, but $800 an ounce? The high-grade cured cannabis is one of a kind and apparently is classified as the most expensive weed in the world. However, you all might want to know that gold-plated rolling papers aren’t all that expensive. They
After 2 Chainz finished smoking the purportedly most expensive joint in the world, he and Dr. Dina smoked more of that pricey pot using the world’s largest smoking pipe to ensure they went where no marijuana connoisseur has ever been.
If this makes you want to get creative with your mary jane, just know that Ben and Jerry’s is considering developing an ice cream flavor that is actually infused with weed. As weed becomes legalized in more states, we can welcome things like 2 Chainz smoking out of a pipe larger than his head and Ben and Jerry’s ice cream with actual THC.
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