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According to an online review riddled with double entendres, the “fat, stinky buds” found in Ford’s weed namesake are pretty good shit.

You Can Now Buy a Strain of Weed Named After Rob Ford

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A Toronto dispensary is now offering its patients Rob Ford Kush, a weed variety named after the city’s crack-smoking former mayor.

The Canadian Compassion Dispensary, located in Kensington Market, told the Toronto Sun it’s been selling the locally-grown strain of indica for a few weeks at a cost of $10 [$7.10 USD] a gram.

According to an online review riddled with double entendres, the “fat, stinky buds” found in Ford’s weed namesake are pretty good shit.

“Although the name sounds like it won’t get the job done, this is a very powerful indica-dominant strain.”

In a nod to Ford’s not-so-subtle comments about going down on his wife, the reviewer notes “I stocked up on this, so I have more than enough to smoke at home.”

Though better known for having smoked crack cocaine during his disastrous time in office, Ford has also freely admitted to being a pothead. He was also charged with possession in Florida after being pulled over and caught with a joint in his back pocket; the charge was later dropped for reasons Ford reportedly can’t recall.

“I’ve smoked a lot of it,” he told a reporter who inquired about his weed smoking habits.

However, when CityNews asked Ford on Twitter if he was aware of the bud bearing his name, he replied somewhat defensively (and irrelevantly) with this burn:

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The semantic slash-and-burn technique is a part of an apparent Twitter renaissance for Ford — who also marked the start of 2016 with new veneers. Ford seems to be taking a page from Toronto councillor Norm Kelly’s book on public engagement.

Rob Ford Has No Chill About Weed Strain Named After Him

Don’t kush it.

Rob Ford wants people to know he doesn’t take guff from those who crack jokes about what he does or doesn’t puff.

On Wednesday, CityNews Toronto asked the former Toronto mayor if he’s aware about the existence of a marijuana strain named “Rob Ford Kush.”

Ford ducked on a straight answer, instead calling into question the news outlet’s authority to report current events and affairs.

Sure how about Hey @CityNews did you know that ‘City’ and ‘News’ are 2 separate words? or how’s it feel to have 1/4 the followers of @CP24?

The semantic slash-and-burn technique is a part of an apparent Twitter renaissance for Ford — who also marked the start of 2016 with new veneers. Ford seems to be taking a page from Toronto councillor Norm Kelly’s book on public engagement.

He continued to answer miscellaneous questions ranging from who he would like to see play him in a film adaptation about his life to reiterating his intention to run for Toronto mayor, again.

[email protected] I’ll be on the ballot running for Mayor in 2018

To those skeptical if Ford was really the one writing the tweets behind his account, he offered a photo of him posing with Wednesday’s issue of the National Post.

Ford gained international notoriety with the moniker, “Toronto’s crack-smoking mayor.”

He is currently undergoing a new round of chemotherapy at Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital. The Etobicoke councillor is expected to be discharged next week, his spokesperson told CP24.

In November, Ford revealed two new tumours had formed on his bladder. He was diagnosed with liposarcoma, a rare form of cancer, in 2014.