camron‘s pink fur coat is iconic in the hip-hop world, but even $300,000 wasn’t enough to let him go.
sit together Kevin Durant’s Boardroom platform, dip set The rapper revealed that he received a six-figure offer from someone who he felt didn’t appreciate the jacket’s history.
“The people who offered it to me didn’t think they deserved it,” Kam said. “For them, it was like the statistic ‘I bought a Cam jacket.’ It’s not like they understood where the jacket came from.
“If it makes sense to sell it to someone who appreciates it or it makes sense to keep it in a place where people look like they know it’s my jacket, cool is.
He added: I don’t know much about it, but I’ll buy it for her. How much do you want? ’ That type of shit.
“These are booster babies. Their parents may be from generational money and don’t know much about hip-hop anyway, but they’re dealing with people who know.”
Cam’ron elaborated on the jacket’s origins during the interview, explaining that he only wore it a few times due to the attention it received.
“I bought the jacket probably 20 years ago at a store called Apollo Signature on 125th Street in Harlem.[I’ve worn it] maybe 3 [times]. I don’t wear it much. I see, you got a lot of attention. I bought it to wear to Fashion Week one year, but it got a lot of attention after that, so I kept it.
“A coat has its own personality and people want it in a museum. People call me, ‘Can you bring it over?’ “We have a fur exhibition, can you bring your jacket?” “We’re doing a hip-hop museum.
He added: But you know, the Drake show is on the Apollo, so I thought it would be cool to bring it up. ”
Drake brought out the dip set at two sold-out shows at Harlem’s Apollo Theater last month. Wearing Cam’s iconic pink coat and hat when the crew performed hits like “I Really Mean It,” “Dipset Anthem,” and “We Fly High (Ballin’).”