Rapper Jay Bahd from Ghana has caused a stir when he says that marijuana use, which is referred to as “wee” in Ghanaian culture, is not a sin and is instead comparable to “mogya duro,” or “blood tonic.”
According to Jay Bhad, marijuana should be viewed as a “blood tonic” since it increases hunger, which promotes better eating practices.
In an effort to strengthen his case, he compared the usage of marijuana to divine wisdom, saying that opposing its use is the same as doubting God’s intelligence because he created everything and declared it sacred for human consumption.
The rapper’s vocal position on marijuana use for recreational purposes clarifies the current discussion on the legalization and social acceptance of cannabis in different countries.
He delicately suggests that, for him, consuming marijuana has therapeutic or medicinal benefits rather than just being an enjoyment by comparing it to “mogya duro.”