Xzibit Sued For Promoting Pesticide Laced Cannabis

Xzibit has been presented with a lawsuit against him for promoting a cannabis oil that seemingly contained pesticides - or so claims Ignacio Lee.

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Lee says he began using the Brass Knuckles branded THC Concentrate Vape Cartridges in Candy Apple and Sour Diesel back in July 2016. He was persuaded to purchase the particular brand because Xzibit himself promoted it on his Instagram page. "Our oil is clean," the celeb stated. "COMPLETELY pesticide AND contaminate FREE."

It wasn't until last year that Lee began experiencing fatigue, headaches, nausea, chest pains, shortness of breath, wheezing and difficulty breathing. He claims that after he stopped using the oil back in August, his symptoms went away.

TMZ obtained legal documents that claim Lee had the cannabis oil tested after his sickness and ailments. The lab tests concluded that the product had detectable levels of pesticides. Lee's lawsuit is a class action suit in representation of everyone who has consumed products from Brass Knuckles. Lee wants money (of course) and an order prohibiting Xzibit and others from marketing the product as contaminant free.