Steph Curry’s Face Is Being Used to Brand Heroin in Philadelphia

Steph Curry’s Face Is Being Used to Brand Heroin in Philadelphia

In the past, there have been a handful of athletes who have had strains of marijuana named after them. Marshawn Lynch is one. Peyton Manning is another. But not many athletes can say they’ve had their faces used to brand baggies of heroin.

Steph Curry is apparently being used as the face of a brand of heroin that’s circulating in Philadelphia right now, though. Earlier this week, Thomas J. Nestel, the Chief of SEPTA Transit Police in Philly, revealed that Curry’s face has popped up on bags of heroin recently. He sent out this tweet and tagged Curry in it. You know, just in case he wanted to retweet it and show everyone that he had finally made it big:

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