Rapper Afroman Furious Home Raided ‘Because I Got High’

Rapper Afroman has unleashed on Ohio police for wrecking his home in a narcotics raid he is calling a “witch hunt.”

Afroman—whose real name is Joseph Foreman—is best known for his 2000 hit “Because I Got High,” which became an anthem for cannabis users. In 2014, he released a re-recording of the song called the “Positive Remix” to promote the legalization of marijuana, listing benefits including the treatment of glaucoma and avoiding reliance on alcohol, Xanax, cigarettes and prescription pills.

The rapper is now railing against officers with the Adams County Sheriff’s Department who raided his Ohio home on Sunday. He was not home at the time of the raid but took to Instagram with surveillance footage and images of the cops bursting into his house.

One video showed three….


Ohio dispensaries urge Senate to pass Marijuana Banking bill

EASTLAKE, Ohio — Since 2019, it has become a nearly billion dollar business in Ohio. However, experts told News 5 that medical marijuana still faces a stigma that’s stunted the industry’s growth by restricting how it is able to utilize banks and financial institutions.

Current federal law dictates that financial companies working with medical cannabis facilities could be prosecuted.

Unfair Taxation of Regulated Marijuana Must End – FLD

Andy Rayburn, CEO of Buckeye Relief in Eastlake and President of the Ohio Medical Cannabis Industry Association, told News 5 that banking remains the largest challenge for…..

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