[dropcap class=”kp-dropcap”]A[/dropcap]ctor and rapper T.I. offered a few first glimpses of All Def Cannabis, his new cannabis information hub under All Def, the urban-influenced multi-platform media company. He’s the latest rapper to participate in a cannabis-related project following a number of high profile endorsements, releases and product lines.
“Introducing the new hub for cannabis Information & Entertainment. @alldefcannabis” T.I. posted on Instagram. While details remain limited, T.I.’s fans lit up his social media accounts upon the first clues about this new venture in the cannabis industry.
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T.I. also announced a new episode of his podcast, “ExpediTIously” featuring 2 Chainz. “Me & my Cap ass Soufside (Southside) Patna @2chainz havin a Cap-a-thon RIGHT NOW on #ExpediTIously Tune in to hear 2 Tru Native-Atlanta Legends go back & Forth bout some real Atlanta Sh*t @applepodcasts @podcastone @spotify” T.I. posted.
The rapper also did his part to express support for the tragic tornado victims in Nashville, Tennessee who are still looking for missing loved ones.
T.I. and fellow artists Macy Gray and Waka Flocka joined High Times last year to promote an equity crowdfunding campaign as well as encouraging investors to purchase High Times shares. T.I. has also performed at numerous cannabis-themed events with a number of other artists.
The Grammy Award-winning rapper is among the most popular artists in the business, often being featured on other number one hits such as Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and Justin Timerlake’s “My Love.” T.I.’s love of cannabis is no secret, and even a 2004 probation sentence couldn’t keep the rapper from partaking.
T.I. is set to star as Link, a sniper, in the 2020 fantasy action film Monster Hunter alongside Milla Jovovich, Tony Jaa, Ron Perlman, Meagan Good and Diego Boneta. Fans of the Monster Hunter video game franchise, however, pointed out several differences between the game and film, based on the first glimpses of the movie.