December 3, 2015 BY John Kim
Over the weekend, Ibn Jasper put a damper on all the Yeezy talk by claiming that the all-black Yeezy Boost 750 was entirely fake and noted that if it didn’t come from Kim Kardashian’s channels, then it wasn’t the real deal. However, he’s been wrong about adidas product before; he stated that the “reflective” and “cream” Ultra Boost releases were strictly Friends & Family, but we already knew that a release in December 2015 was going to happen. Sure enough, adidas released the “reflective” pair and other shops unleashed both over the last week. The Ultra Boost mishap was just proof that despite Ibn’s close ties with Kanye, he has no clue about what’s going on down in the retail level, and that’s not his fault. Another example similar to Jasper-gate is when a Jordan Brand higher-up that works closely with Drake told us that the OVO 10s were extremely limited; the shoes were produced in tens of thousands and were somewhat readily available.
Kim Kardashian is, of course, an ironclad source of Yeezy Boost news, and just today, she shoved Ibn’s shoes into further his mouth and pretty much confirmed that all-black Yeezy Boost 750s were not only real, but likely releasing. Retailers have informed us that December 19th and December 29th are two dates to know of, and it appears that the all-black Yeezy Boost 750 and the “Oxford Tan” Yeezy Boost 350 will be available on those respective dates. YeezyTalkWorldWide, a Yeezy fanpage that gathers all pertinent information on Yeezy footwear, has been on the mark repeatedly to the point that Kanye’s close pal Don C follows them on Instagram. In summary, all-black Yeezy Boost 750s are real and don’t believe everything Ibn Jasper says.
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