Does Cameron Diaz Smoke Weed?

Although Cameron Diaz hasn’t been seen in a movie since the 2014 remake of “Annie”, she’s been acting since the early ‘90s. Before she acted, she was a model appearing in Calvin Klein, Levi’s, and Seventeen, which eventually led to her first acting role in the 1994 film “The Mask” alongside Jim Carrey. Following this role, Diaz continued to act in small independent films, eventually finding more opportunities in bigger films including “My Best Friend’s Wedding” alongside Julia Roberts and “There’s Something About Mary” co-starring Ben Stiller. Diaz had established herself as a comedic actor, starring in other funny movies including “The Sweetest Thing”, “Shrek”, “The Other Woman”, and the list goes on. Did we forget to mention she was also one of Charlie’s Angels in the remakes?

Before Diaz made it in Hollywood, she was growing up and going to the beach in San Diego where she attended high school with none other than Snoop Dogg himself. “Well, we went to high school together. He was a year older than me… I remember him. He was very tall and skinny, wore lots of ponytails in his head and I'm pretty sure I bought weed from him." Then, when asked if he remembered selling her weed, Snoop Dogg responded, “I might have sold her some of that white girl weed… you know, sticks and stems and seeds.” That certainly didn’t stop Diaz from smoking more, as she’s admitted to growing up and going to the beach where she would smoke joints with the $2 that she had left. Then, in 2007, she was vacationing with her pal Drew Barrymore in Hawaii where they were spotted smoking joints on the beach. She was later spotted smoking marijuana on camera for her role in “Bad Teacher” where she played a pot smoking teacher who admits, “Weed is awesome.”

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