Virgina Governor Poses For Photo With Willie Nelson And His Weed

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe reportedly posed for a picture with Willie Nelson and the country singer’s weed.

A picture posted on Twitter by the 83-year-old singer’s wife, Annie Nelson, shows the well-known pot enthusiast sitting across from McAuliffe. On the table in front of them is reportedly a can of “Willie’s Reserve” — Nelson’s own brand of marijuana, according to Billboard magazine(RELATED: Willie Nelson Ends His Shows With POUNDS Of Weed Left On Stage)

NASHVILLE, TN - MARCH 16: Willie Nelson performs at The Life & Songs of Kris Kristofferson produced by Blackbird Presents at Bridgestone Arena on March 16, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Essential Broadcast Media)

(Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Essential Broadcast Media)

Nelson’s marijuana is legal for sale in Colorado and Washington state, but it is illegal to have marijuana in Virginia. (RELATED: This Platinum Rapper Just Joined California’s Burgeoning Weed Industry)

“Uh-Oh Trouble,” Annie Nelson tweeted along with the picture.


A spokesman for the governor, Brian Coy, said McAuliffe was only in Nelson’s trailer for a total of 10 minutes and did not recognize what was on the table nor would he have, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

“He was not and still is not aware of whatever was on the table or anywhere around him and wouldn’t know marijuana or related paraphernalia if it walked up and shook his hand,” Coy said. “He’s cool, but he’s not that cool.”

A reporter with the paper zoomed in on the photo and tweeted the picture showing the can of marijuana.