Video Of Packers LB Za'Darius Smith Weed Bust, Tells Cops: 'We Had Smoked Earlier'
Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Green Bay Packers star LB Za'Darius Smith admitted to cops he had smoked weed shortly before he was pulled over for speeding back in September, telling the officer..."We had smoked earlier."...
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It's all in police video obtained by TMZ Sports ... which shows Smith and Packers rookies Rashan Gary and Kingsley Keke getting stopped on Sept. 29 in Racine, Wisc.

Smith was busted for doing 81 mph in a 60 -- but when a cop asked him how much weed he had in his vehicle ... the superstar pass rusher straight-up admitted to smoking earlier in the day.

That's when the officer put Smith and his teammates in cuffs and searched the 2019 Yukon ... and found what appeared to be blunts and a vaping cartridge in the guys' pricey bags.

When the cops came back to ask who owned the blunts ... Smith seemed surprised to learn they were in there -- but took the fall for them anyway.

"I'll put it on me, yessir," Smith said.

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8 Comments
That's how you get pulled over and dont get shot
Reply24 months
Took his lick like a G
Reply24 months
Just paying, nbd.
Reply24 months
devil's advocate--they just were pulled over for speeding and admitted to just smoking weed. if they have a wreck down the road would this PD be considered partially responsible?
Reply24 months
So it's cool to be "Buzzin" from smoking weed but not for drinking a beer?
24 months
devil's advocate--they just were pulled over for speeding and admitted to just smoking weed. if they have a wreck down the road would this PD be considered partially responsible?
Reply24 months
1)A true leader probably doesnt get 2 rookies to smoke marijuana with him and then speed down the road. 2)No one is going to give the cops props, but them letting them know the low stakes before forcing a response is cool. Shows they werent trying to "get them"/
Reply24 months
It’s pot, wgaf
24 months
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