Guess what venture former NBA star and fired ESPN analyst Paul Pierce is high on?

Growth op

Celtics legend Paul Pierce may have lost his gig on ESPN after showing himself live on Instagram smoking a joint and partying with some strippers , but now seems to be experiencing nothing but net in the world of cannabis. Landing softly (and greenly) into his new business venture, Pierce once again took to social media to show off a healthy weed crop. “Yo, just want to thank all my supporters. I want to thank my haters and everything. Look, check it out. Bigger and better things are coming, baby. Don’t worry about it,” he said in a video posted Apr. 5 on Instagram. “You fall twice, you get up three times. You know, just always remember to smile, baby,” he said in the video that has since garnered more than 942,000 views. Former NBA star Paul Pierce canned by ESPN for racy videos showing him drinking and smoking what appears to be weed Al Harrington’s cannabis brand is coming to Canada Chris Webber on his $100 million cannabis fund: ‘We’re trying to change the industry to have it look like America’ In a video posted on Twitter yesterday, Pierce let everyone know what he’s been busy with over the last few weeks. Noting, “Here’s what Paul Pierce has been up to since getting fired from ESPN…,” viewers can see the 10-time NBA All-Star not on the outside, but on the inside… of a weed-growing operation. “We’re over in the lab, baby,” he said the camera takes in a fuller view of the facility. The message has attracted 2,634 retweets and about 14,300 likes to date. Here’s what Paul Pierce has been up to since getting fired from ESPN… pic.twitter.com/bX5hLKGmYd— Ahn Fire Digital (@AhnFireDigital) April 26, 2021 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Last year, Pierce was sued by cannabis master grower Kenneth Johnson, who…

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