The rapper has put more than 28 pieces up for sale on Poshmark and is donating a portion of the proceeds to charity.
DJ Khaled might just actually be the best.
The rapper is selling pieces from his personal closet on retail resale site Poshmark and donating a portion of the proceeds to his "Win More Music" campaign with Get Schooled, a non-profit that encourages students to graduate high school.
On Tuesday afternoon, Khaled posted 28 pieces, many of which have already sold out, including the matching father-son blue sateen suits which the rapper and his 8-month-old son, Asahd, wore on his Grateful album cover (Khaled's suit is going for $2,250 and Asahd's for $1,350), as well as the Yamaha vest ($5,000) that the rapper was wearing in the infamous jet ski saga that was captured on Snapchat and went viral, arguably propelling Khaled back into the mainstream spotlight.
Khaled is one of a number of celebrities donating their personal items for a cause. The Kardashian/Jenner brood has often posted their gently used goods on The RealReal, and earlier this week Lena Dunham revealed that she was selling more than 169 pieces to raise funds for Planned Parenthood.
This article was originally published on The Hollywood Reporter.