Celebs Style: Rappers Wearing BBC & Ice Cream [WHO ROCKED IT THE BEST]?
“When I wear Billionaires Boys Club, it’s more than gear/ I don’t wear it cause Pharrell, I wear it cause I’m fo real,” says Jay-Z. In 2005 Pharrell Williams, along with his manager Robert Walker partnered with Japanese designer Nigo to collaborate and release a line which was soon called BBC and Ice cream. The lines consist of T-shirts, polos, sweatshirts, denim, shirts; and outerwear. I came up with a list of five artists wearing BBC and Ice Cream. Peep the list and vote who rocked it best below:
Lil Wayne was spotted in LA, sitting court side at the Staples Center to watch the New Orleans Hornets Vs. Los Angeles Lakers game. Weezy was styling on them lames in a $253 Billionaire Boys Club logo pullover hoodie, a pair of Marc by Marc Jacobs camo cargo shorts, with a $995 pair of Christian Louboutin Louis Flat Spike sneakers.
The talented Chris Brown was spotted in Los Angeles, visiting the “Art in the Streets” exhibition at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. Breezy was styling on them lames in a $154 black BBC Ice Cream “Three Servings” crew-neck sweatshirt.
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Last year, T.I. was spotted in New York City wearing a $155 BBC Ice Cream sweatshirt, with a pair of $595 Maison Martin Margiela Line 22 sneakers.
Music producer Pharrell Williams was spotted leaving lunch in NYC. Skateboard P was wearing a $170 pair of BBC Ice Cream shorts, with a white tee-shirt and a pair of Band of Outsiders for Sperry Top-Sider Deck Shoes in the red colorway.
Big Sean attended Kelly Rowland’s Here I Am album release party at The Standard Hotel in New York City. As usually, Sean was styling on them lames. He was wearing a pair of Super Ciccio Flat Top sunglasses, a $60 Billionaire Boys Club Authentic logo Starter cap, a $60 BBC Perspective logo t-shirt and a pair of Air Jordan retro 4 cool grey sneakers.