Since Snoop Dogg announced he was 'giving up the smoke', focus has fallen on other famous weed smokers.
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The 41-year-old isn't shy about his love for weed and even proudly created the hilarious film Pineapple Express while high.
Just think - we would have never witnessed him such comedy gold if Rogen didn't get stoned. Thank god he did.
During an appearance on Steven Bartlett's The Diary of a CEO podcast earlier this year, he discussed his undying love for marijuana and whether he would ever give it up.
Rogen explained he has smoked weed 'every single day' since he was 20-years-old - adding he has been 'very productive in that time.'
He said: "I equate it to shoes or glasses - are shoes like a crutch we use or are they a thing we have culturally decided make our lives easier and better? That is exactly how I see weed.
"Could I not smoke weed? Probably. Would I just much rather smoke weed all day? Yes.
"It only makes my journey through this life more comfortable, more palatable, easier to process, easier to manifest the things I want to do.
"I could probably do it, but it would just be a bit more of a f***ing pain in the ass."
Reflecting on where he may be in life if he didn't partake in smoking the plant, he realised he would not have his weed company, Houseplant, or have made Pineapple Express.
"A lot of the ideas we have come up with, we've come up with hanging out and smoking weed," Rogen said.
"Everyone has things they use to make their lives, liveable. Weeds actually natural, unlike underwear and shoes! It exists in the real world.
"In general in my life, there has been no downside to weed or my use of weed or my love of weed."
Sadly for Rogen, he seems to have lost one of his much loved smoking buddies this week as Snoop Dogg announced he was 'giving up smoke'.
Fans think the rapper is now in the throes of 'withdrawal symptoms' after kicking his longstanding habit.