There's a difference cause all these black figures are well known in pop culture and transcend race. Anyone can understand today why a white person would want to wear a shirt with their favorite actor or rapper on it who happens to be black. Same reason why I have no problem wearing a Bruce Lee shirt ya feel me. Same thing for whites who wear marley Malcolm x and Che shirts but don't know anything about their history. It not out of the ordinary because all these are icon worldwide. Color race don't matter. but wearing a shirt with random black jamacians on it because its "cool" is a different story. Half these dudes wouldn't wear it if it weren't supreme. They could probably care less about Kingston. The irony of it is they probably would t step foot in Kingston if they had the chance cause its "too dangerous". Not saying black people are more untitled to wear the shirt, but it just fits them more kind of like FUBU lol. Thumb me down i don't care.Not trying to be rude but why do white people in particular want to wear a shirt full of black people. It would make me uncomfortable (around blacks) if I were white. I mean, you don't see non Asians with a shirt full of Japanese people unless its like dragon ball z or some anime and those aren't even real, lol. Plus you know Black and whites don't have the best history in USA. That makes it a little weird. To each his own, though. If your confident enough (like riff raff) to pull it off then do it. I rock Brazil gear from time to time and their "black" culture is exploited more than Jamaicas.Word everyone should feel real uncomfortable when wearing their Three Six tees then. Or their Raekwon tees. Or their Prodigy tees. Or their Pam Grier tees.
It's not weird at all. You all are over-analyzing the shit out of this shirt and it's fucking annoying