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19 October 2016, 13:37
Is Kanye selling more of his limited edition Pablo merch?
A mysterious new website has appeared online allowing fans to buy Kanye West’s Pablo merchandise.
Yeezy launched a number of surprise pop-up shops around the world in August, selling t-shirts, jumpers, hats and more.
However due to overwhelming demand, many fans missed out.
But earlier today, a mysterious website appeared online allowing fans to buy the limited edition Pablo merch.
The website www.pablosupply.com shows a blank page that asks for a password.
Once the correct password is entered, it shows a map where you can choose a city and order the exclusive Pablo merch.
According to the Metro, the password is PABLOFF#@#$321
Pablo merchandise on the website ranges in price from a $55 t-shirt to a $325 jacket.
When you get the password to the Pablo Supply and can but Kanye Merch but you broke as shit pic.twitter.com/GgIEJWZeT6— ULT Ramneet $ingh (@xRamneet) October 19, 2016
need some pablo supply— David (@TheDCodilla) October 19, 2016
Yall really looking for yeezys on pablo supply please stop it— Uzi Vert (@Entitled_) October 19, 2016
Everyone slept on that Pablo supply— da•ron (@darren501_) October 19, 2016
pablosupply was ruined in a matter of 30 minutes— geej (@geejmasterflex) October 19, 2016
So far Kanye West has not commented on the website, leading some fans to believe it's fake.
Pablo Supply is fake— Boro (@akaElJefe) October 19, 2016
Have a big feeling Pablo supply is a scam just cause the fact that every Pablo merch Kanye drops online he usually tweets it out— KOBEEZY (@Poochie_Abdel) October 19, 2016
i hope the pablo supply isn't fake— owen (@0wenChester) October 19, 2016
However other fans appear to have purchased items.
Got that Pablo Supply code and copped pic.twitter.com/JrsDXeh8Dc— Merqais (@Merqaisss) October 19, 2016
Copped 2 shirts and a hoodie. Off Pablo Supply thanks @theyeezymafia for the code. Now code for Yeezys would be nice— PATS 4-1 (@KIDKICKS23) October 19, 2016