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It could be a dream gig. But it comes with a catch.
Rapper Waka Flocka Flame is a budding small business owner and prolific job creator. Now the Atlanta-based rapper is seeking a designated blunt roller to run point on all things pertaining to rolling exceptional blunts.
On Monday, he turned to his Instagram account to solicit applicants.
There are two concrete downsides, of course. In addition to the rolling, the qualified applicant can (almost surely) expect to physically carry Mr. Flame’s weed; he or she would thus be liable in the event that his tour bus is pulled over or TSA screeners find small amounts of dope rolled up in an airtight bag stuffed in a sock. The other big thing is that as a leading member of the Brick Squad, Mr. Flame is known to hurricane hangers-on into his heavy partying antics. He once drank a Vice reporter under the table and put him in the hospital.
Beyond that, the gig budgets in a starting base salary of $50,000 per year. Mr. Flame has no shortage of qualified candidates to vet.
— Victor P. (@vicAPHERisDADDY) September 17, 2014
— Hails (@kushqueen710) September 17, 2014
— CBTheLegendaryRasta (@CBthegreatrasta) September 17, 2014
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Ramon Ramirez is the news director, and formerly the Dot's entertainment editor and evening editor. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, Grantland, Washington City Paper, Austin American-Statesman, and Austin Monitor.