Having recently collaboration with Anti Social Social Club, BAPE is here with a new AAPE 2017 summer collection. Unlike the previous 2017 spring/summer lineup, it’s quite lacking in camo and prints, choosing instead to go simple and pink.
There’s pink camo to complete the selection’s other outwear, overalls, T-shirts and skirts. The pastel-colored skirt, an OFF-WHITE-like belt and even iridescent details make it a standout. Check out the entire lookbook above and our must-cop items below. The collection is available to shop now in select stores in Hong Kong and Japan.
New developments have been made around the rumored collaboration between New York City rapper Nas and Supreme. According to Supreme enthusiast Jay Preme on Instagram, the original image of Nas wearing the brand’s famous box logo shirt from 2013 will be featured on eight different tee colorways and will be a part of the brand’s 2017 Fall/Winter collection.
“Originally Teased In 2013 but never dropped, the time is finally coming. This is just a mock up of the tee to come but he will be wearing a black beanie, Olive Fatigue Jacket, and of course the original red box on white tee Nasty Nas Written Under Photo,” said Jay Preme on Instagram.
If the rumors are true, Nas would become the sixth rapper/rap group to be featured on a Supreme photo tee, joining the likes of Raekwon, Dipset, Prodigy, Three 6 Mafia and Gucci Mane. With no official word from either Nas or Supreme on the rumors just yet, we’ll keep you updated on any new information that comes in.
Drake invited a fight with Funk Flex when he demanded Hot 97 fire him.
Last night, as promised, the veteran radio man fired back, unloading his Drake file on his radio show.
Check out his some of his allegations against Drizzy:
1. He disparaged Drake’s fan base, saying “70 percent of your fans wear high heels. The other 30 percent are guys who wear sandals.”
2. He said Drake was the one who leaked the’ R.I.C.O.’ reference track which started the whole Quentin Miller controversy. Funk believes Drake did so because he had heard chatter that he had subliminally dissed Meek on ‘R.I.C.O’, and wanted to prove it wasn’t him it was the ghostwriter to avoid any heat from Mill.
3. He said Drake can’t be a top five emcee because he doesn’t write his own material. (But acknowledged he’s a good entertainer.)
4. He said it was Drake’s camp which insisted video of his notorious 2009 Hot 97 Blackberry freestyle be released. Funk claims OVO was playing the long game there, even though the video showed Drizzy was bad at freestyling. “You wanted people to think that you wrote your bars. Because you knew the day would come when people might see and question your pen,” Flex explained.
5. He alleges Drake pays Future to go on tour with him, because the partnership gives him street cred.
6. He said that Drake wasn’t injured by a punch in his 2014 scrap with Diddy. Instead, his arm was in a sling because his security guard ripped it out of the socket while trying to pull him away from the conflict.
Listen to the full segment here:
Drake has fired back by questioning Flex’s coolness.
Drake really is looking for revenge on his Summer Sixteen tour.
Wednesday night in Austin he had a subliminal shot for Tory Lanez and Tyga.
Last night he was in Dallas, and he called out Joe Budden by name.
“I should have brought Joe Budden up here and let him do ‘Pump It Up’ one time tonight,” Drake said, referencing Joe’s one big hit. “Pump, pump, pump it up. Fuck the nigga, man.”
While it’s a little surprising that Budden doesn’t automatically appear when an adversary says his name, we’re sure Joe was thrilled with the mention.
He already had some fun with it on Twitter.
There have long standing rumors that Drama Leaked the reference tracks which were central to the Meek Mill-Drake beef last summer.
Drama of course has adamantly denied all of it.
But he did have a role in the blow up. This morning, in an interview with the Hot 97 crew, Drama finally explained his contribution to the most notorious rap feud in recent history.
“My involvement in the situation was that fact my man [Meek] thought he was getting dissed with the [Drake’s ‘R.I.C.O’] line ‘the girl of your dreams to me is probably not a challenge,” Drama said.
To make Meek feel better, Drama explained that Drake technically didn’t diss him because he didn’t actually write that line.
While that revelation may have led Meek and his team to Quentin Miller and the reference track, Drama is adamant he didn’t leak any tape to anybody
“It goes against my business, and it goes against my ethics,” he explained.
Lil Wayne is currently OK.
But his overall health issues are getting more and more scary.
TMZ Reports Wayne suffered another seizure last week and had to be hospitalized. It happened right before he was supposed to perform at TAO nightclub in Las Vegas for a pre-UFC 200 party.
Last month, His private Jet had to make two emergency stops. He also suffered a series of seizures in 2012 and ’13.
Wayne is reportedly now resting in his Miami home. He is chalking up the latest attack to his epilepsy and the wrong mix of medicine.
Some have said its due to his lean habit, but his camp denies that’s the reason.
Troy Ave has been locked Up Since May 26 for the shooting charges that Stem from a T.I. Concert
The Brooklyn emcee was Caught on videoshooting up Manhattan venue Irving Plaza’s backstage area during a T.I. show.
The gunfire resulted in the death of Troy’s bodyguard Ronald “Banga” McPhatter, although Troy denies he was the one who shot him.
According to the New York Daily News,Mr Ave finally made bail today .His mother posted the $500,000 bond.
While on bail, Troy will have to wear an ankle bracelet, won’t be able to leave New York City, and won’t be allowed to enter into any concert hall, bar, arena or other performance venue.
This will effectively prevent the 30-year old from doing any shows as he awaits trail.
No word in when he’s due back in court.