Six Ex-Disney Stars Are Spilling Beans About Herb Use: From Miley Cyrus to Justin Timberlake, Could This Happen at a Chicago Event?

Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference (CCC) Coming to the greater city of Chicago on September 13-14, 2022 and we are excited to invite a few Disney EXTERNAL celebrities to tell us their cannabis stories.

as cannabis legalization proceeds in the halls of Congress, Who wouldn’t want to hear about how our childhood movie stars and entertainers dealt with marijuana and what marijuana did for their careers and/or personal lives and struggles?

miley cyrus

Destiny Hope Cyrus, who legally changed her name Miley Ray Cyrus in 2008, The face of Disney Channel’s “Hannah Montana” from 2006 to 2011. And the fun fact: Dolly Parton Miley is the godmother of Cyrus.

Since recreational marijuana becomes legal in CaliforniaMiley Cyrus has opened up about marijuana and the negative stigma surrounding it. “I don’t smoke weed at work, just in my free time!” Cyrus told The Sun in 2018. “I think I’m only working when I’m highest, most intelligent, most aware-and-now-can-be.”

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bella thorne

Actress, singer, author, author and entrepreneur Bella Thorne is another celebrity promoting the cannabis industry.. Young philanthropist became ambassador of DRIHP, eco friendly hemp clothing and accessory brand, models as well as Rachel Cook and Jay Alvarrez. DRIHP hemp clothing lineLaunched by Clone Connect Founder Luke Dandreauses 1/20 of the amount of water used to grow and process traditional cotton fabrics.

Thorne, author and co-founder of “The Life of a Wannabe Mogul” Forbidden Flowers brand of marijuana and CBDhas millions of fans on both Instagram and Twitter. Its impact on social media is raising awareness of hemp as an alternative to other less sustainable textiles. Thorne stressed hemp is vital to saving the planet. “If you can change one person’s mind, you can help change the world,” he said. forbes It listed Thorne as a pioneer in Hollywood and Entertainment in the Under-30 Class of 2022.

Demi Lovato

Actress and singer, Demetria Devonne Lovato, AKA Demi LovatoBorn in New Mexico, he came out as a non-binary in 2021. They started their show business careers at the age of ten. Barney and Friends. After that, Lovato made guest appearances in the TV series Just Jordan and Prison Break. Lovato in 2007 Disney channel They were ahead at Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. In September 2008, Lovato released their debut album “Don’t Forget”, which debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200.

Lovato after an apparent overdose treatment program called “California Sober” in which they smoke alcohol and marijuana and through their networks that it no longer works for them. “I no longer support my ‘California Sober’ methods,” Lovato said last December.

“Sober is the only way to be sober. The best way to do that, and the easiest way to make something more original, is to make it clean and simple. I made this album clean and sober,” Lovato told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show in June. ” he said when they performed their last album.

Joe Jonas

Born in Arizona, Joe Jonas is a singer, musician, actor and dancer. He is a member pop rock band Jonas Brothers He is the lead singer of the band along with his brothers Kevin and Nick Jonas. band DNCE. As an actor, Jonas played Shane Gray in Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam and Joseph Lucas. Disney Channel series JONAS. released in 2011 first and only solo Album, “Fastlife.”

In 2013, Joe revealed in an interview with Miley Cyrus and ex-girlfriend Demi Lovato that he first smoked pot when he was a teenager: “I must have been 17 or 18. I tried it and it was fine,” Jonas said. . “I don’t even smoke marijuana that often anymore.”

Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake, from the child star Mickey Mouse Club to a controversial singer who ended her relationship with Britney Spears scandalized the world with his performance in the thirty-eighth edition of the Super Bowl, Janet Jackson. Timberlake later fell in love Cameron Diaz. But Disney’s heartbeat since 2012 Jessica Biel.

Years ago, Justin Timberlake admitted to smoking marijuana to get out of his own head. “The only thing Pot did for me was get me to stop thinking,” Timberlake said. playboy PLBY In that case. “Sometimes I have a brain that needs to be disabled. Some people are just better at high.”

Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens, another Disney’s most recognizable faces, She debuted with the drama “High School Musical”. Recently, it has carved out a niche for itself with “Princess Switch,” a Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) Christmas movie.

In 2014, Hudgens made headlines when she decided to run a run. cannabis themed t-shirt. Controversy flared when, upon closer inspection, the shirt reads “wet” and bears a striking resemblance to the shirt. Disney logo. “The story of cannabis is a very fascinating story for me” Hudgens told The Hollywood Reporter. “It is mind-blowing to see how many people are imprisoned for nonviolent property.”

In 2019 Hudgens attended the opening of the Weedmaps Weed Museum in Los Angeles. “It’s really important to educate yourself, too, and I think this museum will kind of debunk this mysticism around it,” Hudgens said.

Impact Matters

While some of these celebrities say they no longer consume marijuana, their ideas could influence millions of people and therefore legislators.. their influence pop culture contributes to the advancement of legalization. Meet us at the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference, where cannabis advocates, entrepreneurs and hopefully former Disney celebrities will gather at the historic Palmer House Hotel. September 13-14 in Chicagoto discuss the future of legalization.

Get your tickets HERE.

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