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Justin Bieber Drops $250k On Chains For His Crew



A late Christmas gift from Justin Bieber to his team.

Justin Bieber has recently launched a clothing brand by the name of Drewhouse. While his household name only could propel, to all time high, sales of toilet seats company, the new brand has only released a pair of white hotel slippers with a yellow happy face stylized with the “Drew” logo, just last week.

After the $150 “Security” Hoodies designed by Jerry Lorenzo, the pop star is going back to something, a little bit more basic. The now sold out plush lightweight coral fleece made slippers, are far from ranking alongside the most expensive hype garments.

Give back to the community might just have been the only motto behind the fashion venture and the driving force that financed an extra spend of in the Eliannte store, racking up a total of $250k for six different Drew-engraved pendants.

While it is cristal clear that they the rapper are a discident branch of the Juggalo family, it surely wasn’t clear for the Rope Pope who has actually interviewed the Isane Clown Posse, about a week ago.

Skarrss hails from Norway and hasn’t disclose his real name yet. He represents for F.O.C. Gang which acronyms stand for Family of Criminals.

FOC Gang anti snitching clothing line campaign againtt drug.

Back in 2017 he launched a clothing brand alongside the FOC gang, called Anti-snitch clothing line, which is not as people might have taught gang related to any motorcycle club. In a Statement he made in January 2018, Skarrss explains that it is more like a family union to combat drug among the youth :

Were more like a worldwide united family\gang. That even has started a donate page so other can help us with one of our main goal and that is showin the REAL truth about drugs to the youth and givin them another opirtunity or lifestyle call it what you want.. so our MAIN goal is to help the youth stop to begin doing/selling drugs. So we offer one free starter «the anti snitch clothing line.» starterpack to sell and then they will understand that they got other choises!!

Skarrss said.

He also showed and received support from Arild Knutsen, Leader of The Association for Humane Drug Policy of Norway for the “Support, Don’t punish” movement.

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