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Young Thug Offers To Give Kanye West Free Land To A Build Yeezy Store In Georgia

NEW<a href=httpshowafricacom> <a>YORK NEW<a href=httpshowafricacom> <a>YORK DECEMBER 02 L R Kanye West Young Thug and 2 Chainz attend the the Versace fall 2019 fashion show at the American Stock Exchange Building in lower Manhattan on December 02 2018 in New York City Photo by Roy RochlinGetty Images


Kanye West’s quest to open stores in Yeezy is being backed by Young Thug.

West shared on Instagram that he had plans to open Yeezy stores globally, beginning first with Atlanta, GA.

“We are going to open a Yeezy stores worldwide starting in Atlanta,” West wrote in an iPhone Note posted on Instagram that has now been deleted. “Who would be best to open it? I’ll buy the land and or building. Then we gonna open up in every state and then internationally. Anyone who has over 10 years retail experience and is ready to change the world post your Instagram handle or store location in the comments and we’ll find you.”

Young Thug Offers 100 Acres

West immediately received support from industry peers including 2 Chainz and Pusha T. Young Thug later chimed in with a special offer revealing West is welcome to use however much of land from his 100 acres in Georgia for the future Yeezy store. What’s more, West wouldn’t even have to put down a dime.

“@KanyeWest I got over 100 acres,” Thugger wrote on his Instagram Stories. “However many you need they’re yours free of charge. On GOD.”


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Adidas And Gap

While sharing his plans to open Yeezy stores worldwide, the rapper exposed adidas and Gap for allegedly not adhering to their contractual obligations.

“I signed with both adidas and Gap because it contractually stated they would build permanent stores which neither company has done even though I saved both of those companies at the same time,” West shared on Instagram. “Ima show you how to use social media.”


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