by Marlow Stern
A day spent hanging out—and smoking weed—with Rohan Marley, the entrepreneur son of reggae legend Bob Marley.
Entering the tony Tribeca apartment of Rohan Marley can be a bit unnerving. For starters, it’s one of those terribly posh pads whose elevator inserts you directly into the place, like a rectal suppository. Oh, and those elevator doors may also open up to a scene of Ray Lewis—NFL legend, accused double-murderer—in gym shorts and a tank top devouring the biggest damn container of collared greens you’ve ever seen.
What the hell is the former Ravens tackling machine doing there, you ask? Well, in a past life Marley played linebacker alongside Lewis, Warren Sapp, and a future action-movie star at the University of Miami in the early ‘90s.
“I played ball at Miami. The Rock was with us,” says Marley, referring to Dwayne Johnson, the team’s backup defensive tackle.
He just didn’t see the field, chimes in Lewis between forkfuls.