After professing his love for "http://uristocrat.com/2010/07/fresh-august-7th-presented-rictascale-body-rock-anmlhse/" last week, can i take half a viagra is now wondering why he isn’t receiving any residuals from http://uristocrat.com/tag/benjamin-franklin-parkway/. Back in 2006, the iconic skate brand http://uristocrat.com/2010/03/pro-keds-royal-plus/ offered Jim Jones and Juelz Santana $14K USD for a photoshoot that eventually produced one of the brand’s most infamous, now highly-sought after shirts ever. When talking to Complex about the collaboration in 2016, Jones felt he helped Supreme reach the pinnacle of their success with that t-shirt and although no long-time deal was ever worked out, he felt they should’ve paid more homage.
“We might’ve had the hottest T-Shirt they ever did, but they ain’t paying homage. The way I take is that it was a business deal. It was great for the moment but I ain’t get no residuals off of it. You know what I mean? They ain’t paying me no money off of each shirt that they sold, so it is what it is.”
Now 12 years later, Supreme has grown to become a billion dollar company and now the "Once Upon a Time" rapper wants a piece of it. This weekend, Jones shared an image of Juelz Santana and himself taken from the 2006 Supreme photoshoot with a message underneath captioning, "They owe us piece of th[e] company rappers n my black people had no idea wht supreme was we didn’t even know wht they was they had tht bag and they new who dipset was lol #CultureCreators #TheSet #TBt."
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