Oakland native and hip hop veteran and one of the Hyphy movement leaders, Mistah F.A.B. and his Dope Era Clothing store has been forced to relocate. The clothing store is being FORCED out of his neighborhood, but he will relocate the store to 19th & Broadway in Oakland.
Mistah F.A.B. grew up in Oakland, the Dope Era location is a part of his history growing up in the Longfellow district of Oakland on 45th street. Read on to get more details on Dope Era relocating…
CelebNFashion247.com caught wind of Mistah F.A.B.’s Dope Era Clothing store being FORCED OUT of his old neighborhood since the landlord refused to renew his lease.
The situation is bitter sweet for Mistah F.A.B., born Stanley Petey Cox. Mistah, which is an acronym “Money Is Something to Always Have — Forever After Bread” is pushing on with his brand of clothing and relocating to Boradway and 19th in Oakland.
The situation is somewhat sad, but the philanthropic community leader, rapper, producer and lyricist is looking to the future with positivity. F.A.B. says:
“Let’s start this new chapter…let’s build…and start this new chapter. Let’s remember the memories, cherish them, be pridful of the them, and show people we did this, we can do that and continue to move forward.”
It may be an end of an era on this corner but it’s NOT the end of Mistah F.A.B. Dope Era. He has been an inspiration to many in the community and will continue to do so in the future.
Mistah F.A.B. posted these words on Instagram earlier today:
“Dope to see @ktvu2 cover the Positive and show people out here moving in the right direction … s/o @ktvu_cameraman thank you.”
In closing, F.A.B. is looking to the future, he posted this on social media today:
“WOKE UP THINKING ABOUT THE NEXT CHAPTER IN LIFE!!!!!!! Locked in ready SET!!! Let’s go!! DOPE ERA FOREVER!”
Take a look at the news report by San Francisco’s very own KTVU: