Xzibit Brings West Coast Cannabis to Bel Air with Student Discounts

Rapper Xzibit is making waves in the cannabis industry with the launch of his new store, West Coast Cannabis (XWCC), in the upscale Los Angeles neighborhood of Bel Air. This marks Xzibit’s latest venture into the cannabis sector, following the launch of his cannabis-themed podcast, Lasagna Ganja, and his premium cannabis brand, Napalm.

XWCC is celebrating its grand opening on April 28 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4:20 p.m., followed by a block party. The store’s location on Sepulveda Blvd., just off the 405 freeway, makes it easily accessible to locals and students from nearby University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

In a unique move, XWCC is offering UCLA students a 60% discount on premium cannabis products, demonstrating the store’s commitment to supporting the local community. This discount is especially welcome for students, who often struggle with the burden of tuition and living expenses.

Xzibit’s passion for cannabis is evident in his latest venture. “The West Coast is more than just a term that describes where we live, it stands for the culture of everything that represents us,” he stated. “From entertainment to our beloved sports teams, our car culture, our neighborhoods, and beaches, we are proud citizens of this community and XWCC is a celebration of all of the above.”

XWCC represents the best of the West when it comes to quality herb. The store’s website reads, “Nestled in the iconic neighborhood of Bel Air, Los Angeles, XWCC is more than a premium cannabis dispensary—it’s a culmination of a journey marked by passion, commitment, and excellence.”

Xzibit’s journey in the cannabis industry is a testament to his commitment to innovation and authenticity. His latest venture with XWCC shows that he’s not going anywhere and will remain a fixture in the cannabis market.

With its unique approach to supporting the local community and its commitment to quality products, XWCC is set to become a go-to destination for cannabis enthusiasts in Bel Air and beyond.


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