Shawn Kemp Is Opening A Weed Dispensary In Seattle And The Building Is A Work Of Art
A few years ago, Jay Williams estimated that up to 80 percent of the NBA smokes the devil’s lettuce. Matt Barnes claimed that the best games of his career were medicated on jazz cabbage. Al Harrington has become a Mary Jane mogul after some Dank Sinatra alleviated the painful symptoms of his grandmother’s glaucoma.
Former athletes are now realizing that investing in car washes is a trap and the restaurant industry is one giant headache for small margins.
The answer: The Whacky Tobaccy industry, which is projected to balloon to a $73.6 billion market size by 2027.
Former NBA icon Shawn Hemp Kemp knows this, which is why he is set to open up his own dispensary in Seattle this month, becoming Seattle’s first Black-owned dispensary.
Kemp’s teammate in Seattle, Gary Payton, will be by Kemp’s side for the grand opening “green ribbon cutting ceremony” of Shawn Kemp’s Cannabis.
Give me a hit of that good Detlef Schrempf and let me stare at this wall for an hour.
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) October 22, 2020
“I’m looking forward to welcoming Sonics fans on a regular basis, starting with opening day,” Kemp said in a statement.
“I hope that Shawn Kemp’s Cannabis will be an inspiration for people to get involved with the legal cannabis industry, especially people of color.”
This is a very appropriate transition for Shawn, who’s been getting high his entire career AYO!
Shawn Kemp had that BOUNCE pic.twitter.com/9wVXgJWoRS
— OladipShow🇨🇦🐐 (@OladipShow) October 17, 2020