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Back in Pittsburgh, Wiz Khalifa requests weed, Primanti’s

Matt Rosenberg
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Wiz Khalifa prepares to thros out the first pitch before the Pirates' game against the Orioles Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, at PNC Park.

Wiz Khalifa knows what he wants.

The Pittsburgh hip-hop star, who is performing at KeyBank Pavilion tonight on his “Dazed & Blazed” tour, tweeted Thursday morning with a request for his hometown fans: weed and Primanti’s.

He didn’t specify the order in which he wants those two things, but we can probably guess.

Primanti’s is willing to do their part. We’re not expecting to see anyone replying with weed options.

Wiz is not shy about his marijuana use, as anyone who even accidentally has heard something about him knows.

He touted marijuana use in September at the Pittsburgh Thrival Innovation event, where he said he’s recognized changes in Pittsburgh.

“I’ve noticed the change in the city, and I love it,” he said. “There’s way more hope for younger people here, the fact that have options to do things that will catapult them into the future.

“We’re sitting here talking about weed in Pittsburgh, which is crazy.”

Tickets for the 6 p.m. show in Burgettstown can be purchased here.

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