‘Supreme’ McGriff Jr. Says a Supreme Brand Collab Honoring His Dad ‘Would Be So Big for the Culture’

Kenneth McGriff Jr., the son of infamous drug kingpin Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff, has made it clear he wants the Supreme clothing line to pay tribute and honor his father with a collaboration.

During Large Professor’s episode of Drink Champs, Supreme Jr. was asked by N.O.R.E. how he felt about the beloved brand making a profit off his family’s namesake. According to McGriff, he’s been trying to get in contact with the company for some time now but hasn’t made any progress. 

Supreme Jr. handed a N.O.R.E. a shirt he made with a picture of his father’s mugshot and the Supreme logo stamped across his eyes, which had the host burst out in excitement.   

“I’ve been trying to get connected with them for three and half, four years, I been trying to. … I love that brand, though, and it would be so big for the culture, for hip-hop, for everything, for the world. It would be big for everything,” McGriff Jr. said around the episode’s 3:04:00 mark.