Up in Smoke: 15 Musician Marijuana Busts
Snoop Dogg, whose love of the Chronic is almost as widely-known as his fondness for "Gin & Juice," was arrested in Oct. 2006 after airport authorities found marijuana and a gun in his car.
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Some say that weed and music go together like ... well, weed and junk food. Hard to get high without a solid soundtrack, and through the years, we've found that the artists behind those smokin' tracks know how some of their fans feel.

But despite the prominence of marijuana in today's music culture, the fact is that recreational use of the herb is still illegal in most parts of the world, including all 50 U.S. states -- a fact that many famous musicians have learned firsthand over the years. As you celebrate 4/20 (responsibly, we hope), take it from Snoop Dogg, Paul McCartney, Wiz Khalifa, Willie Nelson, Whitney Houston and 10 other famous cannabis culprits and keep your puff-puff on the DL.

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