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Redman's mom finds his 20-year-old bags of weed

"We selling it on eBay," she said.

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As a rapper and businessman alike, Redman has been no stranger to vocalizing his enthusiasm surrounding marijuana throughout his decades-long career. From starring in films such as the 2001 classic film How High alongside Method Man to rapping about his love for the plant over the years, the rapper has unabashedly embraced his reputation as an advocate for cannabis.

As such, it should come as no surprise that his mother recently unearthed several bags of weed belonging to her son, some of which he claims have to be at least 20 years old.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday (Jan. 5), the veteran MC shared a video showing off what his mother had discovered in presumably their home or in storage. Naturally, the rapper hilariously narrates the footage capturing their discovery with his mom chiming in with some commentary of her own.

"My mom's just found this bud," Redman says, filming several bags of the aged herb on camera. "This bud has to be at least 20 years old."

His mother interrupts his filming by snapping, "Don't put my name in it, period." After her son assures her that her identity is safe from the public, she candidly quips about the discovery and their plans now that it has been unearthed, exclaiming in the background, "We selling it on eBay."

"This one right here, you know what that bag is right there," the rapper can be heard saying in the video clip as he examines the old discovery. "This bag has history. This is Biggie Smalls. This the Lox. This is Cam'ron. This is Lil Cease. This is Noreaga. Official 20 years old and the bud is still in it. And if you don't know what that bag is, it's from one of the east coast's riders of marijuana. Branson, baby. That's an official Branson bag."

Check out Redman entertainingly sharing what he and his mother discovered in the clip below.

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