"I've found that CBD supplements are a simple way to enhance my own health and wellness, especially when it comes to managing the stresses of daily life," Stewart said in a press release.
The post has resulted in a wave of backlash, with some people sharing a years-old photo of Snoop alongside President Donald Trump.
Kimmel recently came under fire for a parody song where he used the n-word and sketches from "The Man Show," where he performed in blackface.
The rapper shared a photo to his Instagram, after the president suggested that injecting disinfectant may be used to treat the virus.
"As far as everyone else on the show, 100 percent confirmed." After some celebrities denied being in the Lovers & Friends Festival's lineup.
The rapper took to Instagram to criticize King after she brought up Kobe Bryant's sexual assault charge during an interview with former WNBA champion Lisa Leslie.
The brand is also opening another online pop up store with Snoop Dogg later in January 2020.
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The rapper mocks the president in three videos shared to his 28.5 million-strong Instagram following.
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The rapper was promoting his new EP.
"This still America with three K's," Snoop Dogg raps.
The rapper interviewed the late comedy legend in Rickles's final project, "Dinner with Don."
Kathy Griffin, Snoop Dogg and even the Public Theater in New York City have all faced criticism for appearing to suggest that the president could be killed.
Snoop Dogg wants to know what's in President Trump's political "playbook" for running the country.
The video for "Lavender" also rails against police brutality.
The music legends have shared a few laughs—and more than a few joints—since they first decided to collaborate in 2008.
"Weed don't make you do that."
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