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Play Cloths x Wyclef x Haiti Relief Effort

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Play Cloths is doing their part with the Haiti relief effort.

Haiti faced a natural disaster of unprecedented proportion, an earthquake unlike anything the country has ever experienced. The magnitude 7.0 earthquake – and several very strong aftershocks – struck only 10 miles from Port-au-Prince. Over 2 million people in Port-au-Prince faced this catastrophe alone and idle hands will only make this tragedy worse. Many people across the country have already started to contribute to the Haiti Relief Effort and Play Cloths must do its part as well. Sometimes it is very confusing when donating due to the high level of corruption within certain charities but in this instance we feel that WYCLEF JEAN is a man we can trust.

So starting today, Friday January 15th @ 3pm est, Play Cloths will release a signature Jack logo t-shirt designed for the Haiti Relief Effort. 100% OF THE PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED to the YELE HAITI EARTHQUAKE FUND (www.yele.org) which is an organization supported by WYCLEF. In order to send the donations as fast as we can, the Haitian Jack t-shirt will only be on sale from Friday, January 15th to Friday, January 22nd (one week only). We will be shipping Friday the following week. We cannot stress enough what a human disaster this is and every little bit we can give helps. We can only hope that our efforts combined with efforts from the rest of the world will help the people of Port-au-Prince immediately as well as create a better Haiti for the future.

Cop it here.

(Kinda fucked up they called it the Haitian Jack Tee though.)


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24 Responses to “Play Cloths x Wyclef x Haiti Relief Effort”

  1. Beezy Says:

    Good Shit

  2. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Kinda fucked up they called it the Haitian Jack Tee though.

    ^ That is tho but I still might cop that

  3. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    nice. i’ma cop.

  4. nation Says:

    well, Jack is the name of the kid on the tee. so it was kinda obvious, and if they wouldn’t do it, someone else would. might as well steal their thunder

  5. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i was just about to comment thast thas the caricatures namesake nate.

  6. Babydoll Says:

    That’s what’s up!!!

    VAAAAAAAAAAA!!

  7. Troyvul Says:

    Will cop, go nicely with my Obama play cloths tee

  8. AmpGeez a.k.a Exhibit Geez Says:

    “When E was mad about Jay having a artist on his Roster with the “Money Bags” name and called into hot 97 and let jay know how he felt about the situation, Jay acted calm and secure on the air by simply telling E that he didn’t respect what he was doing, but a few days after there conversation on Hot97 jay called me and ask me to talk to E money bags and try to somehow be the middle man in a truce, Jay said that since there Hot97 encounter he had been getting threating phone calls and even had a death threat left on the front door of his private home, I talked to E and he confessed to calling Jay a couple of times but said he wasnt threating him and that there beef wasnt that serious he just wanted the Guy to quit using his name. So i called Jay and let him know that E said he wasnt really sweating the situation but all Jay kept saying was “that sneaky ***** gone try something, that sneaky ***** gone try something” Jay was afraid to go out in Public, i was shocked at how afraid He (Jay z) Was, E had Jay afraid to leave his House, I remember thinking that there had to be something Bigger than a Mc Name involved in all of that”—Curtis S••••
    ============================================
    Bitch nigga status.

  9. Beezy Says:

    I have Dear Summer in my head

  10. Mag Says:

    why isn’t the smoking gun article on clef in the lite section?

  11. bctw Says:

    They conveniently forget to mention that the fucking tee shirt — probably made in a Haitian sweatshop — costs over $100 with tax and shipping and handling… What a joke.

  12. Harlem World Says:

    Amil got dropped from the Roc for jumping on a freestyle with the Mobb not because she wasn’t moving units. Get ya facts right Complex.

  13. gc_raleigh Says:

    I’m just ordered one… Thanks Play Cloths… Til The Casket Drop in stores… Cop it…

  14. N Says:

    just copped one…going to a good cause + they’ll go wit my J’s for the spring.

  15. thekid10705 Says:

    Good look by the Brothers Thorton.. I’m definitely coppin’-I need to donate and I don’t trust those dudes in NYC with the donation jugs on the street.

  16. George W. Push Says:

    what’s a little more fucked up is that apparently the clipse is using this horrible tragedy as a way to promote their brand, thinly veiled as charity.

    please… if you REALLY wanted to help, you would have put up the money yourselves. anonymous donations are the most sincere….

  17. Sonic Says:

    They conveniently forget to mention that the fucking tee shirt — probably made in a Haitian sweatshop — costs over $100 with tax and shipping and handling… What a joke.

    ^^^^^
    Funny I just bought one and it came to 45.95 at the end

  18. TRACE Says:

    I THINK THIS WAS A GREAT ACT AND IT SHOWS GREAT CHARACTER. THE HAITIAN PEOPLE ARE GOING THROUGH SOMETHING REAL RIGHT NOW AND ALL WE SHOULD DO IS SUPPORT THEM ANY WAY WE CAN! I RESPECT PLAY CLOTHS FOR STEPPING UP AND DOING SO. 3 T’S COPPED!

  19. Atron Says:

    very similar to the blink 182 shirt
    http://gomerch.com/mrv-resources/product_image/b182_haiti_z.jpg

  20. red dirt Says:

    what’s a little more fucked up is that apparently the clipse is using this horrible tragedy as a way to promote their brand, thinly veiled as charity.

    please… if you REALLY wanted to help, you would have put up the money yourselves. anonymous donations are the most sincere….

    ^^

    at least they’re doing something about it. and you have donated how much to haiti so far?

  21. StandOut FT Says:

    Playcloths are hot clothes thats a good idea for real .

  22. John Grady Cole Says:

    “I heard he was light skinned, stocky with a Haitian accent
    Jewelery, fast cars and he’s known for flashing (What’s his name???)
    Listen while I take you back (NIGGA SAY HIS NAME!) and lace this rap
    A real live tale about a snitch named Haitian Jack
    Knew he was workin for the feds, same crime, different trials
    Nigga, picture what he said,”

  23. bctw Says:

    Sonic, you really feel good about buying a $50 tee that costs 20 cents to manufacture? LMAO! If Wyclef’s Haiti foundation is a sham (see smokinggun.com for more on that) then what makes you think the Clipse — self admitted cocaine dealers and all around hustlers) are going to make a sincere donation of 100% of the proceeds? I love ignorant fucking idiots like you! My mother always said God takes care of fools and babies, so you should be OK.

  24. Breece Says:

    “it is very confusing when donating due to the high level of corruption within certain charities but in this instance we feel that WYCLEF JEAN is a man we can trust.”

    ^^^^^
    Co-signs bctw, who else saw this??? —> Smoking Gun: why donating via Wyclef’s YELE org is a bad choice: lots of $ to ventures, not charity:
    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/years/2010/0114102wyclef1.html

    Best charity = http://www.unicef.org/

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