That’s right, Dope was shared at the 2015 ABFF. But not puff, puff, pass, pass or snort or sniff, or even shoot up. It was ingested in cinematic form, that is. While I can’t review the film yet, I can say the stars came out and even had fun at the Old School party with D-Nice on the one’s and two’s.
Faces and Places
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