After “making it” and stacking some dough, rappers—being the natural born hustlers they are—often foray into other entrepreneurial ventures. One of the popular side hustles involves starting up their own clothing line. Seems like a natural progression, right? We see them stylin' in their music videos and staying freshly dipped on stage. However, many of the rappers who pump out original apparel find the clothes business to be tougher than show business. The relics of their ventures are left only to be found years later on eBay or Amazon. Laugh at these short-lived brands, or cry because you miss them. Take a look back at A History of Defunct Rapper Clothing Lines.