Twitter rejects the reporter’s declare that hashish left him with a four-day blackout

Greg Kelly, host of Greg Kelly reports Newsmax and The Greg Kelly Podcast claimed in a tweet that smoking cannabis caused him to have a four-day blackout and wake up in Africa – but Twitter users and the internet aren’t buying his story.

The Regina Leader Post covered the outrageous claim which did not go as he planned in the comments section when the reporter was toasted.

“Smoking weeds (aka weed) is not a good idea. I tried (then) and it was worse than anything that happened to Hunter Biden, ”said Kelly tweeted. “I teamed up with some friends in Kentucky and woke up 4 days later in Nairobi, Kenya. Without a clue what happened. Don’t do drugs. “

SMOKING WEED (also known as GRASS) is not a good idea. I tried (back then) and it was WORSE than anything that happened to HUNTER BIDEN. I “teamed up” with some friends in Kentucky and woke up 4 days later in Nairobi, Kenya. Without a clue what happened. DO NOT DO DRUGS.

– Greg Kelly (@gregkellyusa) March 31, 2021

But Twitter commenters looked confused and went over the logic of Kelly’s comments. “If you were in Kentucky and woke up four days later in Nairobi, Kenya, it wasn’t a weed. Sounds like your ‘pals in Kentucky’ have you covered and you need to make new friends, ”commented one commentator tweeted. Rohypnol is that Date rape drug that’s more likely to produce the kind of experience Kelly reported.

Another commenter joined the conversation and seemed to repeat the other reactions and replied, “Greg, I don’t know how to break it, but those weren’t ‘buddies’ and that wasn’t ‘weed’.”

One commenter had had enough of the tweet and commented sarcastically: “Somehow after smoking some weed you got a passport, entry visa and plane tickets, but you don’t remember any of them? Seems real. “Other commentators asked if the tweet was even serious.” This must be an April Fool’s joke. ” noticed one person on Instagramalthough the position was issued on March 31st.

After smoking a little weed, got a passport, entry visa, and plane tickets, but you don’t remember any of them? Seems legit. pic.twitter.com/ULF7RjlTzu

– (@Tudor_L) April 1, 2021

Claims like cannabis overdoses and exaggerated effects often fail when most people know what cannabis is. Both Kelly’s tweet about his four-day blackout and a similar Instagram post are still active at the time of this writing.

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