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Posted: 2/24/2016 2:36:08 PM EDT

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Some doubt Nicolas Cunningham's intentions, dismissing him as a drug dealer.

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"We're doing things that have really never been done before so we're
going to have these problems," said Cunningham, 30. "We have 'kush' all
over the car. Nobody has advertised like that here."

What Cunningham and his company Kush Gods are advertising is marijuana.
Until his arrest in December, Cunningham had been using his fleet of
vehicles and the Kush Gods mobile app to deliver food laced with THC in
exchange for donations, in effect, finding a way to work around D.C.'s
Initiative 71.

The initiative legalized small amounts of recreational pot but does not allow for its sale.

Detective with the Metropolitan Police Department claim undercover
agents bought hundreds of dollars in edibles and loose leaf marijuana
from Cunningham and his employee, Evonne Lidoff, 19.

Since their arrest, Cunningham has agreed to stop distributing edibles
and operating the app.


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