The Game is going green as the brand ambassador for a new cannabis line.

The rapper (real name Jayceon Taylor) has partnered with G FarmaBrands, a California-based company that specializes in marijuana-based products for medical and "adult use," to launch "G Stiks" and "G Drinks," which will be available throughout California and Washington state.

"As an award-winning recording artist, star and icon, The Game embodies the true spirit of the marijuana culture," said Ata Gonzalez, founder of G FarmaBrands, in a press release sent to Billboard.

"He understands the plant and is a firm believer in us as a company and our dedication to setting the industry standard through quality and innovation.”

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Lisa Brown ~ Billboard.com ~

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