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news  |  Mar 23, 2020

NYC Restaurant Employee Says He’s Turned to Weed Dealing Due to Coronavirus

Even with the economy put on pause, bills are still due for millions of Americans. And some say they’re starting to embrace the underground cannabis trade when other work is running dry.

Even with the economy put on pause, bills are still due for millions of Americans. And some say they’re starting to embrace the underground cannabis trade when other work is running dry.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt life around the globe and push citizens inside — and in many cases, out of the job — countless Americans are already worrying about upcoming bills and impending rent payments. In New York City, where the Big Apple’s robust service industry essentially shut down overnight, at least one former restaurant worker is turning to weed to make ends meet. 

According to a new first-person account published in the New York Post, an anonymous bar/restaurant employee said that after his hours were cut drastically due to emergency social distancing protocols, his only option has been to purchase a bulk quantity of cannabis and hit the deserted streets to sell the bud.

“I obtained what I’ll say is a good amount of marijuana,” the newly-minted dealer wrote. “Normally I would have met potential customers at bars and asked them to spread the word. Instead, I’m sending discreet texts to people I know, and I plan on doing ­deliveries with multiple helpers.”

Source: https://merryjane.com/news/nyc-restaurant-employee-says-hes-turned-to-weed-dealing-due-to-coronavirus

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