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Polo G performs "RAPSTAR" at the 2021 VMAs.

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Tyson Beckford on Being Face of Polo, Dating Kim K, Kanye & Chris Brown Beef (Full Interview)

Tyson Beckford came through for his first-ever VladTV interview, and he started off by clearing up rumors about his origins, revealing he was born in the Bronx and moved to Jamaica until he was 7, and then his family moved back to the Bronx. From there, Beckford detailed his involvement with the notorious Jamaican gang The Shower Posse, and distancing himself after he was brought in on co-conspirator charges that were later dropped. Tyson then spoke about having goals of becoming an actor and being offered a modeling job for The Source, which kicked off his career. During the interview, Tyson spoke about how his career continued to go up, and he spoke about his astonishment about being paid $50,000 and $100,000 for commercials. Tyson also spoke about welcoming his only son in 1998, starring in “Zoolander” and various music videos, including 50 Cent’s “21 Questions” and Britney Spears’ “Toxic.” To hear more, including his back-and-forth with Kim Kardashian and his run-in with Kanye, hit the full interview above.

Tyson Beckford on Being Face of Polo, Dating Kim K, Kanye & Chris Brown Beef (Full Interview)

Tyson Beckford came through for his first-ever VladTV interview, and he started off by clearing up rumors about his origins, revealing he was born in the Bronx and moved to Jamaica until he was 7, and then his family moved back to the Bronx. From there, Beckford detailed his involvement with the notorious Jamaican gang The Shower Posse, and distancing himself after he was brought in on co-conspirator charges that were later dropped. Tyson then spoke about having goals of becoming an actor and being offered a modeling job for The Source, which kicked off his career. During the interview, Tyson spoke about how his career continued to go up, and he spoke about his astonishment about being paid $50,000 and $100,000 for commercials. Tyson also spoke about welcoming his only son in 1998, starring in “Zoolander” and various music videos, including 50 Cent’s “21 Questions” and Britney Spears’ “Toxic.” To hear more, including his back-and-forth with Kim Kardashian and his run-in with Kanye, hit the full interview above.

Thirstin Howl III on Lo Lifes Making Polo a “Religious Artifact” (Part 4)

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Part 3: https://youtu.be/p4-tPJjl0P4
Part 1: https://youtu.be/MlLt-du8Snw
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In this clip, Thirstin Howl III talked about the Lo Lifes being the bridge between the aspiration of what the Polo brand represented and hip-hop. He reccalled Tyson Beckford hanging with the Lo Lifes after being the literal face of the Polo brand in the 1990s. Thirstin Howl III also discussed what he felt was his and the Lo Lifes impact on making Polo into a "religious" artifact within hip-hop.

Thirstin Howl III on Lo Lifes Making Polo a “Religious Artifact” (Part 4)

Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg7lal8IC-xPyKfgH4rdUcA/join

Part 3: https://youtu.be/p4-tPJjl0P4
Part 1: https://youtu.be/MlLt-du8Snw
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In this clip, Thirstin Howl III talked about the Lo Lifes being the bridge between the aspiration of what the Polo brand represented and hip-hop. He reccalled Tyson Beckford hanging with the Lo Lifes after being the literal face of the Polo brand in the 1990s. Thirstin Howl III also discussed what he felt was his and the Lo Lifes impact on making Polo into a "religious" artifact within hip-hop.

Thirstin Howl III on Lo Lifes Forming from 2 Different Polo Robbery Crews (Part 3)

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Part 2: https://youtu.be/wgN72MJ2qkY
Part 1: https://youtu.be/MlLt-du8Snw
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In the latest clip Thirstin Howl the 3rd described the impact crack had on Brownsville. He claimed what stood out to him was seeing people become "zombies" and willing to do and sell anything for the drug. Thirstin also revealed Lo Lifes formed from two different crews, Ralphie’s Kids and Polo USA (United Shoplifters Association). Contrary to popular belief, he explained that the Lo Lifes didn’t just steal and wear Polo, especially in the mid and late-90s when the brand’s popularity declined.

Tyson Beckford on Hip-Hop Connecting with Polo Through Lo Lifes & Wu-Tang (Part 11)

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Part 10: https://youtu.be/B7nx4m-Z81w
Part 1: https://youtu.be/xAtwGS6qONk
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In this clip, Tyson Beckford spoke about his affiliation with the Lo Life gang, and a lot of talented people being in the crew. He then spoke about the Lo Lifes showing Wu-Tang love, because they were always decked out in the Polo label associated with the group. To hear more, including Tyson speaking about his longstanding association within hip-hop, hit the above clip.

Empresa oferece viagem de luxo ao Polo Norte

Uma empresa está oferecendo um passeio de dirigível ao Polo Norte. A intenção é promover uma aventura e relembrar a época em que o veículo era usado para desbravar o mundo.

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Tyson Beckford was Affiliated with Lo Life Gang Before Being Face of Polo (Part 10)

Part 9: https://youtu.be/o1aK4HAEgvU
Part 1: https://youtu.be/xAtwGS6qONk
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In this clip, Tyson Beckford opened up about meeting the NYC gang the Lo Lifes, who were known for stealing large amounts of Ralph Lauren goods from various department stores around NYC. Tyson said he became enamored with the crew while living in Brooklyn and seeing a big group of guys wearing head-to-toe Ralph Lauren and wondering how they were able to afford it. Tyson then revealed that he came to understand how they got the clothes by stealing, and he added that they would give him items from time to time. To hear more, including how he never spoke to Ralph Lauren about his affiliation after becoming the face of the brand, hit the above clip.