Xzibit's latest project is selling THC oil. If you visit his Instagram page you'll see posts promoting the oil proudly claiming "Our oil is clean" and how this oil is "completely pesticide and contaminate free".
A man named Ignacio Lee is claiming that this is not the case. Lee says he began using the THC oil brand in July 2016, and in 2017 he began experiencing fatigue, headaches, nausea, chest pains, shortness of breath, wheezing and difficulty breathing, which then he says went away when he stopped using the product.
Of course, smoking weed can have these effects on anyone, so what's the bid deal? Well, Lee took it a step further and sent the project to an independent lab, which in court documents, says the study revealed the oil did actually contain detectible levels of pesticide.
Lee's lawsuit is a class acion law suit on behalf of anyone who smoked the product. Lee wants money and for Xzibit to be prohibited from marketing his product as "contaminent free".