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Wale Uses Air Jordan III Flyers to Promote “The Gifted” Album

May 24, 2013 BY / 0

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Wale’s got some cool promotional material floating around for his upcoming album The Gifted. Shown are flyers that he had the MMG team whip up and pass out featuring his name superimposed onto an Air Jordan III “White/Cement” silhouette. That sneaker is particularly relevant to Wale as of late, following the stories of him apparently heading to Flight Club on an NYC trip and buying “Threes for the whole team”. Continue reading to check out the Air Jordan III style flyers and let us know in the comments if you’re excited for Wale’s upcoming album.







Photos: Trinidad James/bizzyb420/Wale

Filed under: Air Jordans Celebrity Feet

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5 comments
Born2fly
Born2fly

Just even seeing Wale's name is annoying... Its just something i dislike about him 

growabeard
growabeard

Should've tucked the laces... It would look more clean.



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