Vic Mensa helped out Chicago residents by supplying $10,000 in gasoline over Labor Day weekend.
Vic Mensa offered over $10,000 price of gasoline to residents of his Southside Chicago hometown, earlier this month, whereas selling his new hashish enterprise, 93 Boyz. On the native BP gasoline station, Mensa additionally handed out pre-rolled joints.
On the gasoline station, Mensa was capable of get to roughly 200 autos. On the occasion, one lady defined that she solely had $5 in her pocket and was fearful about getting her granddaughter to work.
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Mensa launched 93 Boyz, which is billed as the Windy Metropolis’s first Black-owned hashish enterprise, earlier this 12 months. Talking with Block Membership Chicago, final month, the rapper described the enterprise as a “premium gasoline firm.”
“We’re a premium gasoline firm,” he mentioned. “We’ve obtained our finger on the heartbeat so far as genetics go. There’s no taste within the Illinois market. There’s no cool, like streetwear-akin manufacturers like there are in Los Angeles and different markets. There’s nothing unwell over right here. Our intention was to herald the actually unwell hashish.”
Marijuana was legalized in Illinois again in January 2020.
Take a look at a clip from Mensa’s occasion beneath.