If you've been around the U Street Corridor, Adams Morgan or the H Street area, you may have noticed a car emblazoned with pot leaves and the words "Kush Gods" on the side -- that's right, Kush Gods.
Kush Gods is a mobile service that hands out edibles such as cookies, cupcakes, brownies and gummy bears in exchange for a "donation," which is technically legal according to D.C. law. Kush Gods does not shy away from putting their business out there, encouraging their patrons to follow their Instagram and Twitter pages. They've even stepped it up a notch and launched an app, only available on Android for now, allowing users to order edibles, merchandise, or pre-rolls.
This undoubtedly caught the attention of the police, who arrested the owner of Kush Gods, Nicholas Cunningham, 30, who calls himself “Kush.” They charged him with a misdemeanor for distribution but he's confident that what he's doing is legal.
So for now, Kush Gods is still operating and accepting "donations" and have asked all of their supporters to sign a petition to allow the Kush Gods to continuing blessing D.C.