Drake is clearly looking for revengeeeeee with his latest NYC pop-up shop. That's because the outside of his pop-up was plastered with a revenge logo, the lettering a bright, school bus yellow with a red accented outline against a black backdrop. This design was also on most of his merch, including long sleeve t-shirts, jackets and baseball-style jerseys.
Most of the fans arrived well before the pop-up shop even opened. Many waited in line for over four hours and sported their Drake merchandise from past tours and pop-up shops. It was interesting to note, though, that more people seemed to have on Kanye West's Pablo merch than 6 God styling.
The line moved SLOW and the shop was only letting in two to three people at a time. But no one complained or tried to bum rush the door. Everyone diligently waited for their turn. I guess it's safe to say Drizzy fans are quite polite.
After waiting nearly five hours, I finally gained entry! Once inside, I was surprised by the plain nature of the shop in comparison to Drake's counterpart, Future, who launched his own pop-up shop around the corner. The walls here were all painted white except for the back wall, which donned Drake's revenge logo painted about 50 feet high. Behind the cashiers there was a Summer Sixteen logo plastered on it. There were four racks of clothing, each with different t-shirts, jackets and jerseys. There were also two type of "Views" dad hats you could buy. All the items ranged from $35-$206 dollars. The cheapest item were the dad hats the most expensive was the "Revenge" baseball jersey.
Needless to say, I'm donned out head-to-toe in Drake merch for the next show!
Did you catch Drake on stage with Guwop during Gucci Mane's homecoming concert? If you missed it, watch it below!