So recently Odd Future have been to London to do a few shows and to sell some merchandise. Old news to the younger generation, but to the not so knowing older audience it was a it of a shock. The BBC have swooped in and have typically read too deep into OFWGKTA. The pop up stores were quickly criticised for being too expensive, but if people are willing to pay is it so wrong? Furthermore people actually get a chance to meet some of their idols. Most of Odd Future's music is free so is it only fair that we pay them back for all they have done for us? We at Only Bespoke think that the BBC are bound to pick up on the slanderous lyrics and the non politically correct approach they have taken because its their job, however we would like to think that Jeremy Paxman and Stephen Smith love a bit of Golf Wang.