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In possibly the most unlikely news of the day, Monica Lewinsky has been granted the honour of a strain of marijuana taking her name.
Yes, the activist, television personality and former White House intern has been honoured by a cannabis company in Washington-state.
The company named Sugarleaf named their new batch after the 44-year-old. It clearly caught her attention.
👇🏻👀👇🏻👀👇🏻👀👇🏻👀👇🏻👀👇🏻 https://t.co/DTuvIYn1bl — Monica Lewinsky (she/her) (@Monica Lewinsky (she/her))
@MonicaLewinsky https://t.co/TxfS8zxik8 — Ryan Arnold | ✶✶✶✶ (@Ryan Arnold | ✶✶✶✶)
According to the Marijuana resource website Lemonhaze 14 grams of "Monica Lewinsky" will set you back $104 yet the product isn't available on the Sugarleaf at the time of writing.
A tweet that Sugarleaf posted in October shows the formula the used to come up with the moniker.
Presidential Kush x Coogies = Monica Lewinsky https://t.co/HTABCLngU5 — Sugarleaf (@Sugarleaf)
What a world in which we live.
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