You’re probably wondering: Does Gwen Stefani smoke weed? Stefani hasn’t been very candid about whether or not she does, in fact, partake of the green stuff, so we decided to dig a little deeper and find out if she’s just like us. Let’s check it out, shall we?
Who is Gwen Stefani?
If you bothered to read this article, there’s a pretty high chance that you already know who Gwen Stefani is, but we’ll still clue you in regardless. She first garnered fame back in 1995 as the co-founder and lead vocalist of the band No Doubt.
The band was formed back in 1986, but it didn’t hit mainstream success until they released their third album, “Tragic Kingdom.” That album included hits such as “Just a Girl,” “Don’t Speak,” and “Spider Webs.” Other notable hits from No Doubt include “Hey Baby” and “It’s My Life” from the early 2000’s.
In 2004, No Doubt went on hiatus, which led to Stefani pursuing her solo music career. That year, she released her first solo album, “Love. Angel. Music Baby.” which was met with critical acclaim. The album was inspired by music styles from the 1980’s and 90’s, and included smash hits “What You Waiting For?,” “Rich Girl,” and “Luxurious.” She also made her acting debut that year in Martin Scorcese’s “The Aviator,” and has continued getting roles ever since. Most recently, she played the voice of DJ Suki in the 2016 film “Trolls.”
Stefani has won two Grammy awards with No Doubt, and one as a solo artist, and is considered a pioneer in the music industry. She was also a judge on seasons seven, nine, and twelve of the U.S. version of “The Voice.” She is currently working to release a new album by the end of the year.
Puff or Pass?
So, back to the question at hand: Does Gwen Stefani smoke weed? There’s plenty of evidence to suggest the pop sensation does.
For starters, her and the band No Doubt recorded their “Rock Steady” album in Jamaica, which is sort of the mecca of smoking weed. While that may be reaching a bit, there are several other, more concrete, clues to suggest Stefani does burn.
Have you ever listened to any of Stefani’s music? While most of her songs have a funky rhythm perfect for stoners, it’s the lyrics that give it away. For example, her song “Spark the Fire” contains the lyrics: “go on and get the lighter, let’s get a little higher.” Pretty suggestive, wouldn’t you think? The funny part about that is, those lyrics were actually included in a MasterCard commercial. Talk about subliminal messaging.
Other similar lyrics from Stefani’s music include: “I got it rolled and ready here to burn” from her song “Crash.” Then there’s: “We got hydroponic love and we’re smokin'” from her hit single “Luxurious.” So yeah.
Final Hit: Does Gwen Stefani Smoke Weed?
So does Gwen Stefani smoke weed? We’re going to have to go with our gut on this one, and say yes. Too many of her song lyrics just give it away. Unless of course, Gwen is just a giant poser. But we like to think she’s one of us.