Founded by business entrepreneur and Internet website mogul Kenard Durr, the 420 Football League arose as an answer to beer pong, with a stronger football flavor. Now, the 420 Football League appears to be expanding, with advertising, celebrity participants and even a little corporate sponsorship. CULTURE recently spoke with the new face of the League, Henry Hemp.
Let’s talk about who you are.
I’m just a kid from the farm who moved out to Hollywood to become an actor. I got a job as a limo driver for the stars. I ended up reading The Emperor Wears No Clothes by Jack Herer and after that I put on the hat as Henry Hemp. I would just do the Henry Hemp routine on Hollywood Boulevard as a street performer.
The founder of the 420 Football League approached me and asked me to be the face of the organization. I had been Henry Hemp for a year. He saw the positive energy that I had, and liked that I wasn’t some pothead but somebody who had great ideas for the League.
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