After they’ve achieved through radio plays, iTunes purchases and record sales, rappers love cementing their popularity by releasing exclusive fashion lines. Unfortunately, while the occasionally rapper-based clothing line proves popular, most are abysmal failures. The following are a few of the biggest rapper clothing line fails:
10. Snoop Dogg
Before he achieved some semblance of success with his generic Rich & Infamous line, Snoop Dogg first tried to make a name for himself with the 2000 launch of Snoop Dogg Clothing. This fashion pursuit proved a huge failure, proving that people were somewhat willing to wear Snoop’s clothing as long as they didn’t actually know he was the designer.