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Back in March Rapper Cam’ron teamed up for the first time with sneaker brand Reebok to create a dope shoe called purple haze.
The brightly colored shoe which says “The sole of this #PurpleHaze Sneaker is cray.. #Reebok #420 #Fleeboks,” in the sole of the shoe, was the first time the “fleekboks” title was used.
Now he’s back again with another bright shoe called “fleekbok 2.”
The pink shoe which according to Hip-Hop DX will “come in a camouflage box with the Dipset logo appropriately stamped atop” is set to be released this month just in time for Christmas for $160.
This is an authorized collaboration that Cam’ron is doing unlike what he claims the UFC and reality TV show Love and Hip Hop is doing.
Yesterday (November 16) he took to Instagram to share his feelings on the show using his face and saying he is a cast member.
He stated “Good evening, everyone. I am not a cast member on ‘Love & Hip Hop,'” Cam’ron said, “I did a scene for Juelz (Santana). Cause he’s on the show. I did a scene for Juju cause she’s on the show.”
But that’s not the biggest problem that he is having. At the end of the video, he hinted that he would be getting his lawyers involved in the use of his song for UFC promotions.
He comments saying “Second order of business is Dana White from the UFC, You’ve been using my song all week to promote the Conor McGregor fight at Madison Square. My song ‘Welcome To New York City’ featuring Jay-Z … Once again nobody reached out to me … We’ll be reaching out tomorrow, me and my lawyer.”
Safe to say when working with Cam’ron complete the paperwork before using his name “Obviously these people haven’t done business with me before, so they don’t know how I get down,” says Cam’ron.
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