Gene Simmons Makes Sad Drug Announcement


KISS icon Gene Simmons has quit the Canadian cannabis and fertilizer company Invictus as their chief evangelist officer, even after investing $10 million in the company. Tobias Forge revealed what Gene Simmons did to Ghost last week.

Simmons said, “”I have enjoyed my time with Invictus. I remain a big fan!”

Invictus CEO and President Trevor Dixon commented, “It has been a pleasure to work with Gene. He has been a valuable asset to the company. Gene has pledged his ongoing support of the company, its leadership and its new direction.”

A Steven Tyler photo with Gene Simmons’ wife was revealed last week by Simmons. Gene previously said he wanted to join the company despite never having used cannabis or marijuana in his life, “Historically, I have to say I was completely wrong about the entire space,” he said. “I thought cannabis was for stoners and losers and all that, and slowly but surely, over the years, the amount of research that I saw just blew me away. Seeing little girls who suffer from epilepsy rubbing a salve, not on the inside but outside of their body and seemingly miraculously getting cured made me take stock.

“Big Pharma [the global pharmaceutical industry] is not fond of this space, because cannabis, in its various forms, is actually gonna help people,” he continued. “That’s what researchers are telling me. And I’m telling everybody else there are a lot of new companies, especially in Canada, and good for them. Some of them are solid, some of them are garbage, and it’s up to you to find out what it’s all about. I happen to believe in Invictus, and all I urge anybody to do is to go to and do your own research.

“When you go into a restaurant, you get a menu. Think what looks good for you. It’s all there. Some of it’s good, some of it’s fresh, some of it’s rotten and been there a long time. But, generally, the cannabis space, I think, is gonna be good for humanity. Certainly much better than cigarettes, which might give you cancer. This other thing, even as a recreational item, might give you the munchies [the desire for salty, sweet or fatty carbohydrate-rich foods]. Let me see: I get the munchies or I might get cancer.” A Foo Fighters member revealed a stunning Gene Simmons secret last week.