Andy Cohen has turned over a new leaf, and is no longer smoking marijuana — for now, at least.
“No … not since the baby,” he told Howard Stern on his SiriusXM show. “I don’t feel comfortable … It’s not the time for that.”
In the past, the 50-year-old Bravo head honcho has boasted about smoking with Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson, and openly advocated for recreational marijuana use on “Watch What Happens Live.”
But times have changed. On February 4, Cohen became a first-time father when he welcomed son Benjamin Allen via surrogate.
Despite being a parent for less than a month, though, Cohen told Stern he’s already had to defend himself against parents who shamed him for bringing Benjamin home on a private plane from Los Angeles to New York.
”’You don’t think I checked with three f—king pediatricians before?’” Cohen said in response to the criticism. “And I flew with a baby nurse. [My baby nurse is] teaching me everything.”
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