Barbra Streisand might not be the first celebrity you think of when it comes to marijuana, but she can certainly be added to the list.
The 79-year-old music icon recently told Variety about her upcoming album and her career in general, and shared the story of the one time she ever dabbled in drugs.
“One evening, I really did it on stage when I was doing the Forum concert in the 70s, it was part of my thing,” she recalls. “I talked about pot and I worked with [producer] Richard Perry, that’s why. “
However, she didn’t really want to try it a second time.
BARBRA STREISAND SLAM SLAM GOP FOR AN “AUTHORITY STATE” ON THE VOTING RULES
“I tried it once and didn’t like how it made me feel,” the “Funny Girl” star said. “So I never did it again.”
In fact, the musician has also stated that she is not a heavy drinker either.
“I like beer with Chinese or Italian food and I also like non-alcoholic beer,” she said when asked if she liked to drink.
Streisand also spoke about politics, calling former President Trump’s tenure a “disaster” and described the period as “four years in a black hole.”
BARBRA STREISAND BLAMES TRUMP’S INCOMPETENCE AND LIES FOR 20,000 CORONAVIRUS DEATHS IN THE UNITED STATES
“Unpardonable. Four years of needless death because they did not tell the truth,” she continued. “The truth is so important. Tell people the truth, they can face it.”
However, she feels better with President Biden at the helm.
“I love Biden. I love his compassion, his honesty, his integrity, his love of fact, not fiction,” the star exclaimed. “He’s a generous, intelligent soul. Years in the Senate. I’m a huge fan.”
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
After Trump took office, there was a resurgence of interest in famous election candidates. In her discussion with Variety, Streisand shook off the idea that she had ever been approached about running for office.
CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTER
“No, no, no,” she said. “It was funny when I was in DC and talking to people and writing stuff in the papers, it was like, because I’m friends with Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright, that means I can introduce myself. in the elections?
You Can Read Also