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​Woman Got Interviewed On The News After Smoking A Blunt At 7am

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​Woman Got Interviewed On The News After Smoking A Blunt At 7am

A TikTok user has shared the moment she was interviewed on the news after 'smoking a blunt at 7am', having given a slightly bizarre vox pop about the importance of charity. Watch below:

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Nyesia Lewis (@pilotjonesssss) was being interviewed by Detroit's 7 Action News about a charity's haunted hayride being cancelled over park fees in Brownstown Township, Michigan.

According to a news article at the time, the annual event was cancelled following policy changes at a local park, leaving locals 'upset and wondering why'.

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One such local was Lewis, who ended up being interviewed by the news outlet on the matter - although she wasn't able to make a whole lot of sense.

In the clip, she says: "Charity is charity. I think that you can't have, like, enough charity, so... They should have it."

Credit: TikTok/@pilotjonesssss
Credit: TikTok/@pilotjonesssss

Explaining the reason behind her strange diatribe, Lewis said in the video's caption: "When I got interviewed on the news after smoking a blunt at 7am."

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Her TikTok video has been viewed more than 960,000 times and has more than 150,000 likes.

One person commented: "The fact that you agreed to do an interview lmao."

Someone else joked: "When you're trying to reach the word count on the essay."

A third quipped: "Guys I think charity might be charity."

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Another added: "Charity is def charity."

Credit: TikTok/@pilotjonesssss
Credit: TikTok/@pilotjonesssss

The haunted hayride was organised by the Brownstown Firefighters, with all proceeds going to charity.

The firefighters' union posted a statement on its website, saying: "The Brownstown Fire Fighters regretfully announce that our annual Haunted Hayride will not take place this year. Due to new park administration and policy, a daily park pass would be required for entry. The Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority (HCMA) has waived the park entry fee - for the past 20 years."

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7 Action News spoke to officials in charge of Huron Clinton Metroparks at the time, and was told that new management had taken over and there was a new rule that no entrance fees would be waived for any charity events to make it fair for all charities.

Other residents were able to be a little more eloquent about their frustrations, with one named Danielle Napper telling the outlet: "The money goes to charity. It's a good event.

"The kids enjoy it. I look forward to it. The kids look forward to it. We support the city and their foundations and that. I think it's pretty sad."

She added: "I think they should be waived. They do a lot for the city. I'm very sad and disappointed that it's not going to happen."

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Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@pilotjonesssss

Topics: News, US News, tiktok

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