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Lauren Jauregui Was Busted For Carrying Pot In An Airport And Twitter Is Loving It

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Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui is the center of another controversy this year but this time it’s about marijuana. The singer was at Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. when officers found weed in her bag. According to Jauregui’s attorney, the singer was only “given a citation for possession of marijuana” and was not arrested or detained. Yet, that didn’t stop Harmonizers from having Jauregui’s back and lowkey celebrating a new icon.

Lauren Jauregui fans are not letting her marijuana possession taint their opinion of the singer.


On Dec. 14, Jauregui was going through security at Dulles International Airport when officers found weed in her bag.

Fans are turning into detectives digging up old evidence.


That is some serious foreshadowing, yo.

More than ever, this fandom has totally come to her side to support, and low key celebrate, the news.


SCREAMING!

She’s being labeled an idol after her amazing year in the spotlight.


It seems that 2016 was only able to be kind to one person and it was Lauren Jauregui.

Jauregui’s arrest has only solidified the love her fans are showing her.


This fandom is lit.

There’s speculation on how she handled the situation. Maybe she wore a disguise?


Some think she tried running to avoid being arrested.


While others think she just bold-faced lied.


But, like, how do they know that it wasn’t merch?

And one fan is already suspecting her latest playlist addition.


?????

Others think Camila Cabello might be behind Jauregui’s pot possession.


And we’re over here waiting for a denial but…

A few Photoshop wizards have reimagined the “Back To Me” single art.


Dayum. ?

Jauregui fans are falling more and more in love with each other too because of this.


That is some serious love right there.

However, some fans are shocked that she was even caught carrying weed.


Perhaps TSA is more thorough that Disney PD. Just a thought.

Her arrest for pot is just another bit of doubt that makes #Camren seem more and more realistic.


Come on, Lauren. Tell us the truth. Is or was Camren ever a thing? The people want to know.

Jauregui has defended herself against the claims that she was arrested and threw some shade at news agencies for covering her arrest and not things like Aleppo.


READ: Emotions Are Running High After Lauren Jauregui Was Photographed Kissing Carlos Vives’ Daughter

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11 Stages People Who Can’t Handle Weed Go Through When They Get High (As Told By Cats)

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11 Stages People Who Can’t Handle Weed Go Through When They Get High (As Told By Cats)

Well, it might not be 4/20, but people keep offering me weed and I know what that means: I’m going to have to explain to everyone I meet why I can’t partake. It’s not that I have a problem with weed. It’s that I never have a good time while high. I’ve tried, many times, and every time, I end up regretting it with every part of my soul. If you’re like me, you might be able to relate to the stages I’ve gone every time I’ve ever been high. I’m sure you’ll relate with at least one of the stages below.

The Makers Of Corona Beer Are Spending Billions To Get Into The Weed Industry

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The Makers Of Corona Beer Are Spending Billions To Get Into The Weed Industry

Grupo Modelo — the company that once owned Corona — has come a long way since they first began to brew beer in 1922. Its Mexican founders sold the rights to Corona to Anheuser-Busch InBev in 2008 in a $20.1 billion deal, and now the Corona is expanding even further.

Corona’s parent company — Constellation Brands — is spending $3.8 billion and investing it in a Canadian weed producer named Canopy Growth.

According to Bloomberg, it’s the largest investment into a weed producer ever. And while some may think it’s a weird idea for a beer brand to be associated with weed, some say this merger is only a sign of good things to come for both industries.

“I think a lot of people are quick to knee jerk this as bad,” Cannabis Now Magazine CEO and publisher Eugenio Garcia told Forbes. “But it is giving a cannabis company access to hundreds of millions [or even billions] of dollars in working capital from which they can make light years faster expressions than any other competitors.”

As more states make weed legal, beer companies are investing in its producers in order to be able to include weed as an ingredient in beer.

CNBC reports that some beers already have weed as ingredient, including Heineken and Molson Coors whom already sell “cannabis-infused drinks.”

“Heineken’s Lagunitas brand has started selling nonalcoholic sparkling water featuring THC, the active component of marijuana. And Molson Coors has formed a joint venture with Hydropothecary, a weed producer, to make cannabis-infused beverages,” CNBC reports.

But just because this billion dollar deal speaks volumes of the growth of the weed industry doesn’t mean that smaller companies won’t be doing the same.

“You’re going to see more of this smaller business model,” Garcia told Forbes. “Much like in the agricultural, farm to table movement around the U.S people will start producing cannabis legally for their immediate geographic locations. You go to any city in the U.S. and you’re going to find a microbrewer that is only putting out enough quantity to support a couple thousand people in their neighborhood. People love that. And that’s going to be very similar, I believe, with cannabis.”

Here’s what people on social media are saying about the beer/weed partnership.

So maybe we won’t notice the difference in taste?

Maybe weed will improve the flavor of Corona?

Corona isn’t the best beer out there, but does it really taste like water?

This guy already has a slogan for the new product.

Not sure if the word “skunky” is gonna sell this drink.

Maybe Bud should have invested in weed….

What a waste of an opportunity. If you’re reading this Bud owners, it’s not too late.


READ:  Here Are The 11 Stages People Who Can’t Handle Weed Go Through When They Get High

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