Ice Cube Introduces New Marijuana Brand 'Fryday Kush' – Black Enterprise

O’Shea Jackson, better known as Ice Cube, has set his sights on a ‘higher’ plane.

According to an Instagram post from last week, the rapper and movie executive has partnered with cannabis company Caviar Gold to create his very own strain of marijuana called Fryday Kush.

“Official release—Fryday Kush, my new marijuana brand, launches today. It’s available in CA, AZ, NV, and OK. Check it out at https://www.caviargold.com/”

In a follow-up Instagram post, the Hollywood heavyweight states that “Fryday Kush is made with that good stuff—it’s 46.2% THC and 10.78% CBD. If you’re in CA, AZ, NV, and OK, you don’t want to miss it: https://www.caviargold.com/.”

On the Cavalier Gold website, it states that Fryday Kush is “from the man that needs no introduction, these infused cones and high potency buds are the strongest nugs on the market, personally developed by Ice Cube.”

The Fryday moniker is in reference to his Friday movie which originally featured Cube, Chris Tucker, John “Tiny” Lister Jr., John Weatherspoon, and Nia Long.

Presently, the cannabis product can be purchased in California, Arizona, Nevada, and Oklahoma.

I partnered with Caviar Gold, so you know Fryday Kush is the best. Caviar Gold is the original infused & only patented cannabis brand on the market. Available in CA, AZ, NV, and OK, so go get it: https://t.co/CC7Z2S7yct. pic.twitter.com/xm3JNfBM8J

— Ice Cube (@icecube) February 13, 2021

Happy Valentine’s Day! Treat your love (or treat yourself) to some Fryday Kush. Check it out at https://t.co/CC7Z2S7yct (only available in CA, AZ, NV, and OK). pic.twitter.com/8QWSFTbDn8

— Ice Cube (@icecube) February 14, 2021

We got cones, high potency buds, and some of the strongest nugs on the market. Check it out at https://t.co/CC7Z2S7yct (only available in CA, AZ,

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