Roll me and smoke me! 95-year-old Jimmy Carter reveals his son DID Smoke Marijuana on the White House terrace with Willie Nelson 40 years ago in the new documentary
- The 39th president made the revelation in his new documentary, Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President
- 95-year-old Jimmy Carter would not reveal that his three sons were involved in the brief moment
- Chip Carter has vaguely confirmed that he was the son who enjoyed some pot with Nelson during a brief set break in 1980
- ‘At the break I said, “Let’s go upstairs.” We kept going up until we reached the roof, where we leaned against the flag above that place and lit one ‘
One of Jimmy Carter’s sons smoked marijuana with Willie Nelson on the roof of the White House, the former president revealed in his new documentary.
In Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll president, who explores the 39th president’s special relationship with the music community, Carter shared that one of his sons rose high with the country star.
The documentary’s trailer stated, “When Willie Nelson wrote his autobiography, he confessed that he asked for utensils at the White House.”
Willie Nelson visits with President Jimmy Carter at the White House
‘And he says that his partner who shared the utensils with him was one of the White House servants. This is not true at all. This was actually one of my sons. ‘
Carter revealed who is not among his three sons who enjoyed a quick puff with the country music stalwart.
It’s a brief, humorous moment in a documentary that follows Carters’ impressive talent for using music and artists to help him get up and live at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Carter revealed who is not one of his three sons who enjoyed a quick puff with the country music legend
Chip Carter has vaguely confirmed that he was the son who enjoyed some pot with Nelson during a brief set break in 1980
Asked if he was the son of a peanut farmer who enjoyed a bit of pot with Nelson before replying, Chip Carter paused. While he has confirmed little in the past, he usually responds in vague terms, the Los Angeles Times reports.
‘My guess is correct. If you are talking about me and Willie, he was my friend, ‘he said. ‘I never talked about it before.’
This marks the 40th anniversary of the passage of the joint on Sunday.
On September 13, 1980, Carter warmed up in his campaign against Ronald Reagan, when Nelson stopped for a set at the White House
On September 13, 1980, Carter warmed up in his campaign against Ronald Reagan when Nelson stopped for a set at the White House.
At that time, 52 American hostages were held in captivity for over a year.
‘At the break I said, “Let’s go upstairs.” We kept going up until we reached the terrace, where we leaned against the flagpole above the spot and lit it. ‘
‘If you know Washington, the White House is the center of the spokesman – the way it was designed. Most of the avenues go to the White House. You can sit and watch all the traffic coming at you. This is a good place. ‘
The documentary arrives in theaters this week.