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Jaypee’s diss verse inspires the latest Mshasho wear collection

King Tee Dee turns his lemon into lemonade.

PHOTO: King Tee Dee Instagram


If you have been around for a while, you will know or remember that in the early 2000s Namibian musicians took their street beef very seriously. Namibia was almost divided into sides with people supporting certain artists and only them.

This often resulted in diss tracks and it seems like King Tee Dee was really touched by artist Jaypee, in one of his songs dissing him and his yellow tracksuit. King Tee Dee on Twitter announced a new collection from Mshasho clothing saying the current tracksuit design is inspired by his old one.

https://twitter.com/THEDOGGMSHASHO/status/1115977756163158016

In the tweet, he mentioned that he recalls wearing it until it lost color as it was the only one he had. This made him hate himself and everyone around him.

Nam tweeps reacted differently with most looking forward to buying the tracksuit. Others went as far as asking where the artist who inspired the design of it.

King Tee Dee ended off his tweet saying that he isn’t one to brag but the experience from long ago inspired him and it’s all about one having faith in themselves. King Tee Dee is really taking Mshasho clothing to levels never before. So far, he has collaborated with Shilongo Leather on Vald shoes. He has also launched a new collection of the caps and the new additions from his winter collection which he lately refers to as drip. And they drip for real for real!

https://twitter.com/THEDOGGMSHASHO/status/1115928191837835264

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