This past week we gave you a look at what people wore to Supreme's COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT drop in Paris, Mike Tyson attempting to sing "Versace" as he gave Migos a tour of his mansion, and last, but not least, the unbelievably expensive, "IKEA-inspired" Balenciaga tote bag that got everyone talking.
Below you’ll find a roundup of our favorite comments from the week, spanning the aforementioned posts and a few others. Be sure to keep the funny, interesting and bizarre comments coming, and in the meantime check out this week’s finest below.
Please keep in mind these comments are meant to be taken as jokes and are only highlighted for the comedic effect they offer.
#10 commented on: Here’s What People Wore to Supreme’s COMME des GARÇONS Drop in Paris
New game: Is it Old Navy post July 4th clearance rack for $1.99 or Supreme?
#09 commented on: Fear of God’s 1987 Collection Pays Homage to the Boston Celtics
Retro sportswear that you have to physically take a loan out to afford. No thanks. This brand is dead.
#08 commented on: KAWS Responds to Jason Freeny’s Imitation Companion Sculpture
So this is an Original Fake?
#07 commented on: Kanye West Cleans up, Flashes Rare Smile for Easter 2017 With Kim & Kids
<strong>Bryce Sparky Fisher</strong>
Imma let you finish, but Easter Bunny is the best bunny.
#06 commented on: Mike Tyson Sings “Versace” While Taking Migos on a Tour of His Mansion
<strong>Kalu Osu Uduma Kalu</strong>
Hands up if you thought that was Bruce Jenner.
#04 commented on: Step Up Your Airport Style With These Tips From Fashion Insiders
How can I worry about looking fly on a plane when I'm too busy worrying about not getting my ass beaten.
#03 commented on: You Can Now Cop Balenciaga’s “IKEA-Inspired” Tote Bag for $2,145
Gvasalia trolling the entire world out here.
#02 commented on: Rihanna Wore a Crystal Gucci Bodysuit to Coachella and We Are Obsessed
<strong>Mario Yaos Oner Brown</strong>
No it wasn't, Kendrick's "Kung Fu Kenny" outfit killed that shit.
#01 commented on: Colgate Lasagne & the Nokia N-Gage: Inside the Museum of Failure
Nah, the N-Gage was class, especially technologically in comparison to the GBA. It looks like a taco and you looked like you had a swollen grey ear when you made a call on it, but for the time it was very exciting.