Thugger has made it clear that he doesn’t care about other’s opinion of his dress, especially after social blew up with comments over his 3rd mixtape of ’16, so it’s interesting to see that his new line of clothing calls back to the media on the album cover that caused such a stir.
The new merchandise line features inspiration from Jeffery and HIHorsed, and has something for everyone with a wide range of tees, sweatshirts, dad-hats and even rolling paper. With color schemes doubling down in the Jeffery cover, the main album media serves as a centerpiece for several of the pieces.
While some designs feature Raiden comparisons, others give a nod to Young Thug’s publicity stunt that had him riding around downtown ATL on a horse. Prices range from $12 to $60 for the merch, head over to Thugger’s online store to check out his new line.