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1. Stiletto StonersSource:Getty
Smoking marijuana is the favorite past time of many people, including some of our favorite celebs. Of course we all know Rihanna loves the ganja, but who knew that Oprah, Maya Angelou and Martha Stewart did too?!
Check out this gallery of admitted female pot smokers. Puff-Puff-Pass anyone?
2. Maya AngelouSource:Getty
Who knew?! In one of Maya Angelou’s many biographies, it was said that “Angelou settled into a job as a waitress and began smoking marijuana with abandon.”
Even though Oprah hasn’t admitted to smoking weed since 1982…she still admitted it! On “Watch What Happens Live,” after Oprah said she hadn’t, Andy then suggested they hang out after the show, hinting at updating her weed-smoking. And she laughed and said, “I hear it’s gotten better.”
4. Sarah PalinSource:Getty
“I can’t claim a Bill Clinton and say that I never inhaled,” she told the Anchorage Daily News in 2006.
5. Martha StewartSource:Getty
Martha admitted to Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Live,” “Of course I know how to roll a joint.”
“I swear I’m not high…” Solange laughed on her tune, “Cosmic Journey.”
Solange gave a shout-out to the stoners in the audience during her performance at the Pitchfork Music Festival this summer, “I smell a little bit of herb out there. If you have any, now is the perfect time to light it!”
In 2008, she released an ode to Mary Jane called “Champagne Chronic Nightcap.”
Everyone knows about Rihanna’s favorite vice. From spending time with the world’s biggest pothead star, Snoop, to constantly posting photos of herself in various levels of inebriation, Rihanna has no shame when it comes to her favorite pastime.
8. Whoopi GoldbergSource:Getty
Remember that time on “The View” when Whoopi was “jetlagged”? If not, watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4mZrpf_bU8
And then there was the time she won an Oscar and smoked up before the speech: http://tmz.me/1eVFO8P
Clearly our girl loves a good puff or two, but she admits she’d never “take the chance” to do it before taping “The View.”