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Urban Comedians Star In New Flick “Budz House”


(AllHipHop News) A variety of popular urban comedians will star in the upcoming stoner flick, “Budz House.”

Comedians/actors Wesley Jonathan, Faizon Love, Emilio Rivera and Luenell are starring in the movie “Budz House,” which is being produced by Royal Court Productions and Phase 4 Films.

The comedy centers around Bud Howard (Wesley Jonathan) and his friends, who discover a giant bag of Kush marijuana.

When they find out to belongs to a local drug lord, they stash it under their house.

The marijuana accidentally becomes fertilized and begins growing, so Bud and his friends begin selling “super weed.”

But they soon become the targets of local gangsters, Mexican Mafia, crooked cops and even Buds’ mom.

Casey Cameron directed “Budz House,” which was shot in Los Angeles over the course of 12 days.

In addition to Faison Love, “Budz House” stars JT Jackson as “Jpeezy,” Aaron Scotti as “Pretty Tony,” and Jorge Diaz as “Ooley.”

Click here to view the theaters and cities that will premiere “Budz House” on April 13.

  • …let’s just make a Bamboozeled part 2 and get it over with.  #bafoonary

  • KingsCountyCrooklyn

    yall could of found a funnier clip then this i hope. I’m definitely not watching this one…

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  • str8 to DVD?

    • churchboy2

      …and then straight to YouTube.

  • Mike Sgroi

    Why are non white comics called “urban comics”? I’ve been doing stand up for ten years and there is no reason why there must different catagories for comics. All the comics who perform from the smallest open mic to the biggest stage get along and respect each other as equals. Mike Epps and Jerry Seinfeld are equally funny. Martin Lawrence is an amazing talented actor as well as performer. He’s not an “Urban Comic”. So is Faison Love. There will be no progress if we keep dividing ourselves. Understandibly, there is still the harsh reality of racism that prevents non white comics from the same opportunities. But if we decatagories ourselves and realize we are just people, we WILL overcome racism.