The video of Kevin Durant smoking marijuana joint during Drake concert is now viral
Rapper Drake and Phoenix Suns star Kevin Durant have been close friends for a long time. Nobody could have predicted how at ease Durant would become, even if it was evident that he would go to Drake’s most recent shows.
Video of Kevin Durant smoking marijuana joint during Drake concert goes viral on Twitter
The “It’s All A Blur Tour” featuring Drake and 21 Savage visited San Francisco, California, on August 18
After Drake’s legendary hair incident, TMZ reported that Kevin Durant was seen in a photo presumably consuming marijuana at an off-season NBA shooting range. NBA players often take a risk when they attend a Drake performance, as evidenced by the most recent one that caused a significant uproar involving Steph Curry and his wife. KD was caught smoking this time as part of a routine. His marijuana tastes are widely known, but the video has caused a heated debate, and not everyone agrees with him.
KD caught blowing smoke at Drakes concert pic.twitter.com/S9mssSRo0U
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When Durant’s viral video went viral, a fan responded, “KD a Thug Confirm,” on the social media platform X. When Durant was watching the Drizzy show, he was seen puffing on a joint. Even though marijuana use is becoming more common across the nation, many people are still shocked to see famous athletes partaking in recreational marijuana use.
Former NBA players Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson have long been supporters of marijuana legalization. Their well-known podcast, “All The Smoke,” has been airing on Showtime for a while. Many of Durant’s followers were astonished to see the A-list performer smoking during his old friend’s concert on social media because Durant has always been open about his love for the plant.
Kevin Durant had argued for marijuana to be removed from the list of prohibited substances
The NBA’s decision to remove marijuana from its list of prohibited substances had substantial backing from Durant. Even before discussing the problem with Adam Silver, KD admitted to smoking marijuana. During a rare sit-down interview with David Letterman, the Seat Pleasant, Maryland native said, “To me, it clears the distractions out of your head a little bit — puts you down. It is comparable to having a glass of wine.”
As part of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), the NBA and the NBPA resolved to remove marijuana from the league’s list of restricted substances. It turns out that Phoenix Suns legend Kevin Durant played a key role in this.
Durant thinks marijuana can be essential to athletes’ recovery over the course of a lengthy season. A short time ago, cannabis use was prohibited for athletes. But since the NBA ceased testing players for it, the story has already changed. Whether Kevin Durant’s marijuana activism in professional sports continues will be an interesting thing to observe. He obviously cares about the outcome.