Susan Sarandon Invites A$AP Rocky, Action Bronson to Blaze

Susan Sarandon, smokin’ superstar, wants to get high with A$AP Rocky and Action Bronson. Sarandon tweeted yesterday:

Sarandon has long been a proponent of marijuana legalization—in the August 2015 issue of High Times, she told us, “I’m a huge believer that if more people smoked—not just for medicinal purposes, but for lifestyle purposes, instead of drinking—the world would be a better place.”

She’s only just now caught the reference to herself in A$AP Rocky’s track “1Train” from his 2013 album Long.Live.ASAP. It features Action Bronson rapping “You see us scramblin, sellin’ Susan Sarandon/ the cloud of smoke like the Phantom.” Bronson excitedly replied to Sarandon’s offer to burn one down, tweeting back:

A$AP Rocky just made a surprise appearance on The Late Show with James Corden to do Carpool Karaoke with rock legend Rod Stewart for his hit “Everyday.” Seems like A$AP is into having a good time, so let’s hope he and Bronson take Ms. Sarandon up on her awesome offer! We would LOVE to host that smoking sesh—just have your people call our people! Or holler at us on Twitter.

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