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As unlikely as it may seem, these well-known actors, singers and other public figures have acknowledged the benefits of cannabis as a drug and cashed on it.

AceShowbiz - Whoopi Goldberg started her marijuana business with a different approach. Teaming up with industry veteran Maya Elisabeth, she co-founded Whoopi and Maya, which focused on a line of women's health products designed to relieve menstrual cramps, in 2016. Unfortunately, the firm is no longer operating since 2020 after the "Sister Act" actress exited the company due to an unsolved dispute with Elisabeth. "The board still has the company, but it's a much different company without Whoopi's name on it," co-founder Rick Cusick said of why he didn't think the firm would survive post-Goldberg's exit.

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