As a trend that rappers have embraced, vaping has lasted for some time now. And we know rappers can be fickle with the fashion. Amongst the ranks of hiphop heads who indulged in vaping are Ghostface Killah and not surprisingly, Snoop Dogg. Even your boy Drizzy Drake has joined the wave. By now, you probably know someone who vapes.
Vaporizers are a cleaner alternative to smoking herb, wax, and oil by heating these materials into vapor. They come in a variety of sizes and flavors.
Vaping has become a cultural phenomenon. Ghostface Killah has even referenced vaping in his lyrics:
“The THC like it’s purple, I’m thankful/
passed around in circles, handed back to you by Erkel/
like how the fuck did Erkel get here?
Pineapple, coconut, sample the golden puff
USB charger, attach the battery, load the cartridge/
smoke five on a partridge/
the weed ayahuasca/
Dynamite Stix hit like a rasta/” – Ghostface Killah on Starry Winters source: Spin.com
Vaping is a discreet way to smoke as there is no odor. And many people have found that vaping can help assist them in quitting smoking.
Vaping in The Culture
Vaping has even changed the modern vocabulary. Those who do treat vaping seriously and do cool trick are nicknamed “cloud chasers”.
When thinking of the stereotypical image of a bro who vapes, one often imagines that of a beanie-wearing bro sporting supreme gear. But the culture is growing and is friendly for those who would like to give it a try.
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