Meet a Teen CEO Behind a Frank Ocean T-Shirt That’s Blowing Up a Internet

By 18 years old, many of us can determine we had a whole lot of zero figured out. But for Kayla Robinson, 18 is looking a lot different. Though she started Green Box Shop in 2016, a online end for outspoken amicable probity t-shirts has skyrocketed in recognition in new days interjection to a small celeb love. Frank Ocean came out overhanging during NYC’s Panorama Music Festival in a t-shirt dogmatic “Why be racist, homophobic or transphobic when we could only be quiet.” You have Robinson and her teenage dream group to appreciate for that law bomb. It’s statements like these that a association built their code on, with shirts for each amicable probity emanate underneath a rainbow.

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Perhaps this is because a t-shirts have also garnered courtesy from Zendaya, professing her adore for a association to her 8.6 million Twitter supporters only days before Frank Ocean set feet on stage. With all a high form attention, Robinson’s t-shirts have combined utterly a hum for a association that was started to lift income for her yoga instructor certification. The remarkable seductiveness in a ethically constructed code isn’t all that startling however, given a stream domestic landscape churned with Robinson’s refusal to bashful divided from confidant and impertinent statements like “American though Amerishouldn’t”. What can we say, Green Box Shop tells it like it is.

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