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Dwyane Wade’s “High Dining” Event: A Celeb-Packed Affair with Gabrielle Union

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NBA legend Dwyane Wade knows how to celebrate. Every year on 4/20, he hosts a lavish “High Dining” dinner party for his closest friends, and this year was no exception. The event, in collaboration with cannabis company Jeeter (where Dwyane Wade sits on the board), brought out a star-studded guest list and a night of fun.

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High-End Eats and Elevated Experiences

While details of the menu haven’t been revealed, “High Dining” isn’t your typical stoner gathering with bags of chips.This year likely continued the tradition, with Jeeter likely providing high-quality cannabis products for the guests to enjoy.

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TMZ obtained footage of Dwyane Wade mingling with Jeeter founders at the event. Other reports suggest several famous faces were in attendance, though specific names haven’t been released. With Wade’s expansive network of athlete and entertainment colleagues, the guest list likely boasted a mix of A-listers and close friends.

The mysterious “Gabrielle makes magic” part of the original headline hints at Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade’s wife, playing a role in the evening. While it hasn’t been confirmed, it’s possible Union contributed her culinary talents to the event. Perhaps she prepared a special dish or even cannabis-infused treats, though again, this is just speculation.

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Wade’s “High Dining” concept taps into a burgeoning trend: the intersection of cannabis and fine dining. As cannabis legalization spreads and social stigma lessens, people are exploring new ways to incorporate it into their experiences. High-end restaurants are experimenting with incorporating cannabis into dishes or offering special “cannabis pairing” menus. These experiences cater to a specific clientele seeking a unique and sophisticated way to enjoy cannabis.

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