Willie Nelson Admits To Smoking Pot On White House Roof

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  Country music legend Willie Nelson has confessed to smoking pot on the roof of the White House in the 1970s.

The singer/songwriter and longtime weed advocate makes the confession in his new memoir, It’s A Long Story, which was released on Tuesday.

In the tome, Nelson recalls the 1977 incident, which happened after he spent a brief stint behind bars in the Bahamas for marijuana possession when then-President Jimmy Carter invited Nelson to the White House to thank the singer for his support.

Following a dinner with the U.S. leader, Nelson claims he was taken to the roof of the Washington, D.C. residence by a “White House insider” to see the city views at night