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Miley Cyrus is the New Backer of Cannabis Café Lowell Farms

George deGeyter



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According to a recent report by the Latin Times, Miley Cyrus is the new face of Lowell Farms, a Cannabis Café.

The report, which apparently first appeared in a tabloid, indicates that Cyrus is allegedly addicted to cannabis and is investing tens of millions into the cannabis industry. One company she reportedly is backing is Lowell Farms, a Cannabis Café. Linking her name to the business has potentially made it a popular place around youth. The report indicates that one source shared that young people are lining up at the café.

George deGeyter is a professional Canadian writer with over a decade of experience getting his start in 2007 while obtaining his bachelor’s degree in accounting and humanities. Boasting a personal library of hundreds of books on a wide range of topics, George loves to write on a vast array of topics including health, technology, pets, beauty, gardening, business careers and has added CBD and hemp to his repertoire here at TOC.

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