Joe Exotic has a new venture that could put him in high spirits -- he's launching his own cannabis line all while doing hard time in federal prison. The 'Tiger King' star cooked up the idea last July and the wheels have been in motion ever since.
It’s halfway through the year, and our new year’s resolutions are pretty much DOA at this point. Whether it’s because you’re working more than usual, struggling to balance work and childcare, or are just still reeling from 2020, it’s been hard for a lot of us to stay on top of things.
Exotic, who is currently serving a 22-year sentence in federal prison, will begin selling various belongings and crypto-inspired art pieces.
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Joe Exotic launched the 'Official Tiger King NFT' auction from his federal prison where he's seeking hundreds of thousands of dollars for things like his pistol and audio recordings from prison.
"Being able to auction off collectibles makes me feel connected with the outside world, especially without my cats by my side," Exotic said.
A sucker is born every minute.
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