Once marijuana was legalized, companies and entrepreneurs had come forward to avail loads of opportunities and make good money. It is expected that the cannabis industry will see a great boom in the next five years. Considering this, many investors have already started looking to make the maximum profit. Other than companies and entrepreneurs, celebrities have also shown their interest in dipping their toes into this particular industry. Some of the top celebrities who have already invested in cannabis include:
Mike Tyson is a famous heavyweight champ who is considered one of the most famous boxers. He owns a cannabis farm and resort located around 100 miles north of Los Angeles. He announced publicly last year that he has been building 40-acre cannabis farm called ‘Tyson Ranch’. In his Tyson Ranch, he has also opened a school that teaches people how to grow and how to invest in cannabis.
Snoop Dogg is a famous American singer, rapper, songwriter, and television personality. He is considered one of the all-time famous singers across the world. Other than his long and successful singing career, he is also famous as an entrepreneur.
He is a part-owner of Canopy Growth that is said to be the largest cannabis growing operation in the world. Canopy Growth will have the exclusive rights of Leafs by Snoop that is Snoop Dogg’s personal weed company.
Did you know that Willie Nelson is known as the Grandfather of Cannabis? He started his own weed and cannabis company in 2015 with the name ‘Willie’ Reserve’. He has built a great community of people who love both his music and cannabis. He is currently selling weed and cannabis in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, and Colorado.
Don’t know how to invest in cannabis? Learn it from Patrick Stewart as he is one of the best investors in this particular industry. He used medical cannabis against his severe arthritis and then joined the board of Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies in England. The company works on developing treatments for different health issues such as cancer and neurological disorders. Along with Stewart, Snoop Dogg also joined the company with an investment of $10 million.