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Joe Exotic in Talks To Be Face of New Streetwear Fashion Line – TMZ


Joe Exotic
My Sweet ‘Revenge’
… Manner Line Coming?!?

5/2/2020 12:fifty AM PT

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Joe Uniqueis nevertheless wheeling and dealing from guiding bars … TMZ has figured out the ‘Tiger King’ is in talks to grow to be the face of a new vogue line!!!

Odain Watson, the proprietor of the streetwear manufacturer, Odaingerous, tells TMZ … he wants to partner with Joe on a constrained edition collection, and they are previously hammering out facts through jail cell phone phone calls and letters.

Odain states his enterprise attained out to Joe in late March by letter, pitched him on becoming the confront of its next selection … and he was super intrigued.

The selection seems pretty neat … it truly is remaining dubbed “REVENGE” and Joe’s line would consist of graphic T-shirts, hoodies and joggers with his face and, of system, tigers.

We’re advised it will also function photographs relevant to Joe’s plight. Y’know … backstabbing, betrayal, phony friends, results and these.

And, the pièce de résistance — an distinctive t-shirt with a ‘Tiger King’ biker jacket print on it. Total with tiger-striped lapel. We know … strange, but simply click via the gallery. You are going to get it.

We are advised the contract’s shut to be signed, but they’re still negotiating earnings sharing … kind of a major remarkable deal level.

Issue is, the novel coronavirus is throwing a wrench in the options … we are advised authorized mail and conversation are stalled at FMC Fort Really worth. Try to remember, Joe’s prison is thesecond foremost hotbedfor COVID-19 in the federal jail method.

Sorry, individuals … no word onpink sequin shirtsbuilding the ‘Revenge’ tour. Nonetheless.

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