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Marijuana has only just recently become legal in parts of the US, but that’s not stopping some of the biggest names in music from getting into the business.

It’s been a massive industry for decades, and now that certain states are set to make it legal to sell, those with influence and the money to hit the ground running want to be the first to market, and why shouldn’t they be?

People will buy almost anything from the celebrities they love, and with marijuana set to be a huge moneymaker in the coming years, some of these businesses could grow beyond their famous backers and thrive on their own.

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Hugh McIntyre  ~ Forbes ~

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