Update: Knew this sounded too good to be true. New York Magazine got ahold of Rihanna's people, who said this story -- which was picked up in the last 24 hours by Vogue, USA Today, and many others -- is false, and Rihanna has not in fact announced a marijuana line. Yet.
Back in the olden days, it used to be that if a celebrity wanted to make some easy extra dough with a branded product line, his or her options were fairly limited.
Everyone from Bruce Willis to Mariah Carey to Avril Lavigne has issued a fragrance, though these reviews for Taylor Swift's are still the funniest. For hip-hop stars like Jay Z and E-40, branded liquor lines -- whether it's high-end champagne or nuclear waste-colored cocktail-in-a-bottle -- are still de rigueur.
Well, kiddos, the future has arrived. And it smells a little skunky.