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X Factor: you don’t have to be stoned like Wiz Khalifa to watch it but it helps

by | 5th, September 2015

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The X Factor is back. Simon Cowell is one step closer to becoming his own waxwork. Cheryl Cole remains the nation’s sweetheart (that nation being Assad’s Syria). Nick Grimshaw brings all the cool of a BBC DJ (nice!). And Rita Ora’s rapper lover Wiz Khalifa “developed a $10,000-a-month cannabis habit — after his mum got him hooked on the drug.”

Well, so says the Sun of the singer who opines: “There’s nothing you can do wrong when it comes to smoking weed.”

You sit on the sofa better. You watch telly better. You skin up better. And above all you negotiate better – we don’t get to know how much weed $10,000 gets Khalifa every month but his dealer assures us it’s a very, very good deal and the unique best quality stuff he supplies is harder to find than a story on Louis Walsh’s private life.

The Sun can reveal his mum started him on the drug when Wiz — real name Cameron Thomaz — was a teenager.

Just as he revealed the same thing in 2011.

Katie “Peachie” Wimbush-Polk, 51, tells media:

“Before I went to work, before he went to school, it was our way of bonding. We would smoke together. He got his habit from his mother. He would smell it coming from my room with me and my girlfriends. He always knew there was a good time going on because there would be laughter and a pungent smell.

“When he got older, he would steal the marijuana butts I would leave, and smoke them.”

 

Peachie added:

“He was always really mature. Hence Wiz Khalifa. Wiz is short for Wisdom. Wisdom because he’s mature and Khalifa because it’s the name my father gave him. It’s Arabic for the leader or the keeper of the light.”

Which is useful. Because when you’re goofed and the bongs gone out, it’s good to know whose got  the light.

 



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