After putting a signed vintage Mickey Mouse jacket on eBay, 360 has announced today via Twitter that the winning bid was a head-spinning $9,600, all of which will be donated to the Salvation Army.
The jacket seen in the picture sports Sixty’s signature and also years of love, as the rapper previously wore it. Maybe if 60 had sold off some items of clothing a little earlier then he could have avoided the queues at Centrelink. Now, if you’re like me and struggle to understand why someone would pay almost $10,000 for a jacket signed by the Melbourne hip hop star, try not to look too much into it. Sixty’s fans are an avid bunch, snapping up almost all the tickets off the market for his up-and-coming Flying Tour.
Following the tour, Sixty will begin working on his new album, which is said to be another soul-spilling journey, despite his recent meteoric rise to the top.
The Salvo’s were gracious about the donation:
— salvos (@salvos) June 6, 2012
The Mickey mouse jacket we put up for auction on eBay sold for $9,600 !! All money went to the salvation army.. Will be putting more up soon
— 360(@3ree6ixty) June 6, 2012
Sixty has promised that more of his vintage clothing items will be put up for auction, with all proceeds going straight to charity. On ya, Sixty!