Popcaan dislikes Yeezys but improves his ‘punching game’ after UK shopping spree
Higher level deejay Popcaan has shared more scenes of himself living in London, taking fans on a sneaker madness at UK retailer Kick Game. The London-based luxury retailer specializes in rare and exclusive sneakers and apparel from top brands such as Nike, Off-White, Air Jordan, Supreme and Yeezy. Unruly Boss’s private shopping spree was posted on the store’s YouTube page which features other celebrity sightings, challenges, and sneaker reviews. The Dancehall star and his older brother ‘Squidell’ have moved on to the ‘crazy place’, losing nearly £ 10,000 on trendy haircuts.
From her bling to her buzzing hairstyles, Popcaan is never one to be caught looking shabby on the streets. He turned his affinity for chic clothing into profit just weeks ago when he launched his Daily Paper x Unruly capsule collection with bold, uniquely embellished pieces inspired by the Jamaican flag. The Everything is nice The hitmaker appears to have been specially invited to Kick Game, and although no fans or other customers were present, he was still very entertaining.
Popcaan cracked the staff with his antics, demanding the Raheem Sterling Clarks collection – “Put ’em inside here. It is my brother ! – and pushing back the Yeezy line of Kanye West, with the exception of a pair of tap shoes, which according to the deejay would be suitable for the “river shoes” of his numerous outings.
“What is a Yeezy brother?” Popcaan asked, unimpressed. “Mi nuh knows dem deh shoes. Dem shoes look like alien shoes. I don’t feel these brothers.
Popcaan was quick to tell them he didn’t like the name too much. “I don’t slide, fam. We can easily use some Yeezys, but we don’t deal with the glide, ”he said.
Poppy was happy with her overall purchases, however, which included a pair of Union LA X Air Jordan 4 Retros in Guava Ice, Travis Scott X Air Force One Low Cactus Jack sneakers, and the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Shadow 2.0, among others. cool kicks.
He made sure to have vouchers for his “family” who were not present and even one for his former collaborator, British singer Jorja Smith whose song To come helped Popcaan achieve Silver certification in the UK, days before his 33rd birthday in July.
He also bought a TrapStar jacket and tracksuit from Drake and Nike’s NOCTA clothing collection for £ 9,154.85. The deejay was already asking “where’s the party tonight” as he left Kick Game in a hot new pair, proving to anyone who forgot why they were calling him the Delusional king.
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