Too $hort Kicks Off 4th of July Weekend At Arts District Cannabis Reopening

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Rapper Too $hort was on hand for the grand reopening of Arts District Cannabis. Take a look.

“What’s my favorite word? B####!” Too $hort is a walking legend, someone who’s impacted a whole generation of rappers that came after home. While he represents Oakland and the Bay Area to the fullest, most people may not know that Too $hort was actually born in Los Angeles. In the early 1980’s, his family relocated to Oakland.. which is where his music career began.

Saturday, July 1st proved to be a beautiful day in Los Angeles, with the sun blazing down on the city. It also marked the relaunch of Arts District Cannabis, which was previously known as Coast To Coast Cannabis. Located inside the city’s Arts District, just a few minutes away from downtown Los Angeles, the dispensary and grow facility is home to legacy cannabis brand 3C Farms.

In fact, 3C Farm’s Illuminati OG is the only flower Too $hort smokes! Around noon, Too $hort arrived and made his grand entrance, moments before he had to take off on a flight to the Bay Area. He was scheduled to perform a song at the San Jose Earthquakes game, later hosting Mistah FAB’s pool party in Sacramento.

From 10am to 4pm, everything in the store was 50% off. Mariel Angela was present to live paint, showcasing Arts District Cannabis’ mission to highlight local, rising artists and creatives. Their mission is to bridge the gap between arts and cannabis, and what better way than to kick off July 4th weekend with just that?!

3C Farms has been praised as one of the most potent, high-quality flower brands that the city has seen yet, using genetics such as an original cut of OG that was birthed in the late 90’s. From growing in basements of houses in Woodland Hills to now owning LA’s longest-standing dispensaries in the Arts District and Canoga Park.
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