Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Frequently, they watch simply for the company of a charismatic fellow smoker as they light up wherever they are in the world. They may not be millionaires like some YouTube starsbut the most successful WeedTubers have managed to build full-time careers through a combination of sponsorships, branded content deals, and merchandise sales. Show 25 25 50 All. He gets high before lunch, too, again before dinner, and usually one or two more times on top of that. Often, his devoted followers come to his channel to learn about marijuana and the many ways to use it. Millions watch him every month.
Instagram, meanwhile, sometimes shuts down accounts with marijuana content — a devastating blow for content producers who depend on large followings across multiple platforms for their livelihood.
The WeedTubers: these people make a living getting stoned on YouTube
Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Other entrepreneurs in the burgeoning cannabis industry turn to YouTube influencers for that same reason, and to avoid stringent cannabis advertising regulations, which vary from one locality to the next. Order by newest oldest recommendations. They want to know, for instance, whether blunts are more potent than joints or how to make edibles. This is how Young pays his bills. Frequently, they watch simply for the company of a charismatic fellow smoker as they light up wherever they are in the world. Young, a year-old medical cannabis patient in Washington who suffers from gastroparesis, is one of a group of popular weed-centric YouTubers — or WeedTubers, as they call themselves — riding a wave of marijuana legalization and its concurrent growth in mainstream visibility to online celebrity.