Rapper Xzibit's 'Napalm' Marijuana Banned from Dispensary for Being 'Racist' Against Vietnamese

Rapper Xzibit's 'Napalm' Marijuana Banned from Dispensary for Being 'Racist' Against Vietnamese


Rapper Xzibit’s marijuana company Napalm Cannabis has been hit with an accusation of racism due to it being named after the chemical weapon used in firebombs during the Vietnam War, according to a report by TMZ.

One Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph taken during the Vietnam War has informally dubbed South Vietnamese-born Canadian woman Phan Thị Kim Phúc OOnt “Napalm girl,” who was a child at the time of the war. The United States also used during World War II against Japan.

Nick Ut, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer known for “Napalm Girl” photo from Vietnam War, is retiring from @AP https://t.co/zPZX0ftTBr pic.twitter.com/dUS6f82qzO

— The Associated Press (@AP) March 13, 2017

Customers were offended by the name of the rapper’s company, as well as a product known as “The Grenade,” reports TMZ.

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The Higher Path — a cannabis store in Los Angeles, California — says the product line ended up on digital shelves in the first place due

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