Mike Tyson’s THC Ear Shaped Gummies Banned in Colorado
If you've been around long enough to remember the "chomp seen around the world" you are going to be familiar with ears and Mike Tyson going hand in hand. Better yet, fist in glove.
In 1997, Mike Tyson bit Evander Holifield's ear in the World Heavyweight title fight. To this day, the action is one of the most notorious in sports history.
Life has changed a lot for Tyson since that match as he now owns a commercial cannabis brand named Tyson 2.0. The cannabis brand announced via Facebook last month that a new line of edibles will be released in the shape of an ear called Mike's Bites.
Colorado will not be seeing the likes of the ear-shaped gummies from Tyson 2.0. As a matter of fact, they are banned in the state of Colorado. Why is that?
According to Westword, Colorado state law prohibits edibles from being in the shapes of humans, animals, and other objects that could possibly attract children to eat them. Even though the ear-shaped edible from Mike Tyson is banned in the state, Tyson 2.0 products are not.
Colorado will get a reshaped design of the year in the shape of a "T". Mike Tyson's Tyson 2.0 THC infused gummies should be in Colorado dispensaries before the end of summer.