Bob Marley-Branded Pot Is Here, but Would He Be Fuming?

The latest capitalist product named after a rebellious icon

On the cover of 1973's Catch a Fire album, there's a photo of Bob Marley that's become an icon for the transcendent powers of smoking marijuana. The reggae master squints into the camera, a joint the size of a stovepipe sagging from his lips. Marley was the world's most famous proponent of smoking the sacred Rastafarian herb, so it was probably just a matter of time before his family placed his name on a brand of cannabis products.

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