Wiz Khalifa is one of the world’s foremost cannabis enthusiasts. The Pittsburgh rapper even has a line of his own strains, products, and concentrates known as Khalifa Kush. Now, he’s diving head first into the bong water business.

Wiz has partnered with the Liquid Death water company to promote their Mountain Bong Water. The collab came to be after Wiz posted a video of himself using Liquid Death products. The video began what is now a business relationship between the parties. According to AllHipHop, the “Black and Yellow” rapper hopes to offer the best product possible.

“I loved collaborating with the team on the video and seeing everything come to life. The idea came from a smoked-out team brainstorm and something that’s true to my daily life! I only smoke the best weed from Khalifa Kush so it would only make sense to pair it with the best bong water from Liquid Death.”

What makes Mountain Bong Water so special? According to the company, nothing. The description of the product on their website gives more detail.

“​​What makes Liquid Death Mountain Bong Water different from our original Mountain Water? Absolutely nothing. We literally just added the word “bong” to this page. You get the same great mountain water from the Alps with the same natural electrolytes in the same infinitely recyclable aluminum cans. But Wiz Khalifa likes putting it in his bong so we thought you might too. However, our lawyers say we should make clear that you should never buy a bong, think about a bong, write the word bong, say the word bong, or even draw a bong. In fact, close out of this page right now.”

It’s just regular old spring water, after all. Given his vast knowledge of cannabis, though, there must be something to it. Fans who want to smoke up know Wiz Khalifa is a name they can trust, and the water company saw dollar signs.

Would you pay extra for Wiz Khalifa bong water? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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