By Javier Hasse
Renowned former zoo owner and reality TV star, Joe Exotic, popularly known as "The Tiger King," has announced a new partnership with Kingmaker Cannabis to launch a national cannabis brand under the Kingmaker banner.
Joe Exotic, who is a presidential candidate for the 2024 election, has been a vocal advocate for the legalization of marijuana for quite some time. He emphasizes the potential benefits, such as generating billions of dollars in tax revenue and saving taxpayers millions each year by reducing imprisonment for cannabis use.
In addition to his support for cannabis legalization, Joe Exotic is also a proponent of decriminalizing small amounts of drug possession. He believes in implementing programs to help individuals overcome addiction rather than resorting to incarceration.
Citing Amsterdam's success in assisting drug users by providing a safe environment, Joe Exotic sees this approach as a potential model for the United States to combat the fentanyl epidemic. In his own words, "If we can't keep drugs out of prison, how can we expect to keep them off the streets?"
Through his partnership with Kingmaker, Joe Exotic hopes to raise awareness for his vision of cannabis legalization and decriminalization.
The collaboration with Kingmaker extends beyond the cannabis brand and into Joe Exotic's music career. Kingmaker Music, a subsidiary of Kingmaker Cannabis, will be working with Joe on his musical endeavors, marking an exciting new chapter for both parties. Known as a versatile and talented musician, Joe has released multiple albums and songs over the years, earning a dedicated fan base. Kingmaker Music's partnership is expected to amplify his musical reach and provide opportunities to showcase his artistry to new audiences.
Kingmaker is enthusiastic about partnering with Joe Exotic and supporting his campaign for the 2024 presidential election. This collaboration aligns with Kingmaker's mission to promote responsible cannabis use and support advocacy efforts to legalize marijuana across the United States.
Photo courtesy of JT Barnett and Joe Exotic