Lil Yachty has invested a lot in his streetwear wardrobe over the years, and now the rapper is selling his extensive Supreme collection.

Yachty announced via Instagram yesterday that he's purging his ’Preme. “Got tired of seeing all this Supreme, so I’m about to grab all my shit that I want to sell, and I’m going to fucking and I’m selling all my shit," he says in the video below.

In the clip, the rapper showcases items from a collection that incorporates a mix of vintage and new items. Among Yachty's vast array of box logo T-shirts are the Coca-Cola, Burberry, and COMME des GARÇONS bogos, which are all sure to turn a tidy profit. Elsewhere among his Supreme tees are designs featuring celebrities Kate Moss, baby Notorious B.I.G., Dipset, and Mike Tyson.

The rapper hasn't announced when the items will go on sale, so be sure to check back here for updates.

Until then, what are your thoughts on the great Supreme sale? Are you in the hunt for a Yachty-worn bogo?

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