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DJ Khaled launches sale of iconic garments for charity

Proceeds from the two-drop sale will go to the We The Best Foundation, which supports underserved communities.

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DJ Khaled is letting go of some of his most iconic articles of clothing for a good cause. The We The Best hitmaker recently took to Twitter to announce that he and his wife, Nicole Tuck, are selling some of their personal garments as part of a partnership with Poshmark — “the social marketplace for new and secondhand style” items.

“Posh Love meets Fan Luv!” he penned in a tweet. “I’m partnering with @Poshmarkapp, alongside my queen Nicole, to bring you a Poshmark closet featuring my personal collection. All of our proceeds will give back to the We The Best Foundation. Let’s go poshing!”

Included in Khaled’s batch of clothing are pieces from music videos “You Stay,” “Just Us,” and “Holy Mountain.” Formal attire like his custom-made suits from the 2019 Oscars and the 2020 Grammys will be available, and items from the Father of Asahd album cover shoot are also up for grabs.

Tuck’s half of the collection includes more than 60 items from her personal wardrobe that are as equally as luxurious as Khaled’s clothing. She’s selling a variety of items, including Fendi shoes, Louis Vuitton bags and a cape dress from Gucci.

The first half of the Khaled, Tuck and Poshmark sale — which is broken down into two drops — launched on Wednesday (April 7). The second half will be available on April 14. As noted in the producer’s tweet, all funds will go toward his We The Best Foundation, “which supports charities and individuals in underserved communities to help them become the best versions of themselves.”

“Community is everything to me – from cultivating connections with fans through music, to supporting and giving back to groups of people who give so much to others,” DJ Khaled said in a statement. “I love working with Poshmark because we’re aligned in our values of culture and community.”

Khaled’s recent partnership with Poshmark is not his first time working with the online boutique. He previously sold his clothes on their site and gave the proceeds to charity about four years ago.

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