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Does Post Malone Smoke Weed?

Post Malone was the most streamed singer in 2019. Does he smoke weed?

Post Malone is one of the most successful artists in the industry. Despite being just 24-years-old, he’s managed to release hit song after hit song, being the most streamed artist of 2019, having  collaborating with Kanye West, Justin Bieber, and more.

Blending all sorts of genres into songs that make millions of dollars, Malone has acquired a rabid young fanbase, along with his fair share of detractors. While everything suggests that he does, we still wonder: Does Post Malone smoke weed?

When marijuana was legalized in California, Post Malone was captured in a video, excitedly talking about why marijuana legalization was great. He explains that the drug doesn’t kill anyone and that more people die due to alcohol influence.

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As for Malone’s personal relationship with the drug, it’s more complicated than his opinion stated above. When looking through the web, Malone appears to have an on-and-off again relationship with the drug, quitting it and then coming back to it.

In 2019, he launched his own brand of hemp pre-rolls called Shaboink. “I’m proud to bring natural hemp pre-rolls by Shaboink to market. It’s a product I personally love and know my fans will too,” said Malone in a press release. “Our partners are best in class and so is this product. The terpene flavors are great, and you can’t beat an all-natural pre-roll.”

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In 2020, Malone said that he’d quit smoking marijuana. “Post Malone’s first album was called Stoney, which was what some of his friends used to call him, but he says he quit smoking marijuana after a pot-induced anxiety attack that never completely subsided,” wrote GQ.

In the article, Malone lightly touches upon his mental health and his experiences with artists like Mac Miller, who died due to a drug overdose a couple of years ago. Like a lot of artists who gain fame when they’re young, Malone’s relationship with drugs and alcohol is a charged one.

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