Remember when I posted here?
u produce for keef now?
Originally posted by Inactive Useru produce for keef now?
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Originally posted by Inactive User@sinnerz thats a nice top and its lambskin leather...I was on hb a while ago and they were showing a brand that asap was wearing and they wanted $750 plus for some cheap as napa leather...
man why do u even post here? i get it dude. ur one of those black dudes on the verge of age 30 and u still wanna look fashionable so u grab all the brands u heard growing up but seriously this shit is wack lol
"You like to mistake a street nigga for real nigga"
Define fashion I always thought it was ones own opinion...im not into fashion but saying someone has no fashion is categorizing and basically setting to a single style...its cool bro I just think a lot of guys take it to the extreme like joan rivers gave ya fashion degrees...
Originally posted by Inactive UserLol nigga demanded us to respect his fits
Defending...its more like letting these young dudes know there's more to life then judging the next man fit...some of ya niggas need guidance and do anyone read before they post responses...
9 to 5 is how to survive, i ain't tryin' to survive. i'm tryin' to live it to the limit and love it a lot
Cold weather, yes?
Damn son. This is bad. Besides your hair looking ashy, which I don't even understand how that's possible, and the poor quality of the jacket, you added the cherry on top of a moderate L in the form of the youngest scarf I've ever seen in my life. It's premature b. Shoulda never took it out the incubator. Is that even a scarf? Did you see Zach Effron rock something similar then cut up your little sister's leggings and wrap it around your neck? I feel like crying for you. I can only imagine how the rest of the fit looks. Judging by your sense of proportions,... since you looked at yourself in the mirror, through a camera, and on screen and still thought this was an acceptable fashion accessory.... your t shirt prolly stops at your belly button. Think about what you've done.
I'm sorry for going in. This is for your own good. I ain't saying give up. I'm saying try again and do better.
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