Athlete Sha’Carri Richardson was recently offered a position as spokesperson for a vaping company after she made headlines for being suspended from the Olympics after she tested positive for THC.
As Fox News reported, “The 100-meter sprinter was suspended by USADA (The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency) after testing positive for marijuana use, disqualifying her from the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games. The athlete confessed to using cannabis as a coping mechanism after the death of her mother.”
“Dr. Dabber,” a vaping company, offered Richardson $250,000 to be a spokesperson for the company.
On its website, the company described its goal. “We want to create portable vaporizers that are convenient and reliable, yet potent and effective. Vaporizers that are stylish enough to use anywhere but stealthy enough to keep a low profile. Something that isn’t just a novelty, but a justifiable replacement for all other methods. We want to change the way people enjoy their concentrates,” it said.
The offer was addressed to Richardson and obtained