How many of us dream of being at work and just saying “F**K It. I quite” and leave?
Well this tv reporter actually had some guts and did it on live tv.
KTVA reporter, Charlo Greene, quite her job last night, telling everyone that she was an owner of an Alaskan cannabis club and declaring “f**k it”.
Greene told viewers that she would rather be spending her time and energy on fighting for the legalization of marijuana in the state. She has previously reported on the issue, but has never mentioned her direct connection to the Alaska Cannabis Club.
It gets better. In the end of the segement, she says, “Now everything you heard is why I, the actual owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club, will be dedicating all of my energy toward fighting for freedom and fairness which begins with legalizing marijuana here in Alaska.
“And as for this job, well, not that I have a choice but f**k it, I quite.”
The Alaska Cannabis Club, which connects medical marijuana cardholders with local growers, urged FB followers to tune into the broadcast earlier in the evening.
How do you react to this on live tv? Well the main anchor reacted by studdering, “Alright we apologize for that… we’ll, we’ll be right back.”
KTVA 11 News also apologized via Twitter:
Since Greene’s departure, she has started an Indiegogo Campaign for cannabis reform, explaining its purpose, “I’m Charlo Greene, the president and CEO of Alaska Cannabis Club-Alaska’s only legal marijuana resource.
“I just quite my news reporting job on live TV to announce that I am redirecting all of my energy toward helping to end a failed drug policy that has ruined the lives of far too many Americans.”
You go Charlo.