"Because it is such a shady market, it's understandable they wouldn't want to speak to a reputable media outlet about it and put themselves on blast," Oberg told BuzzFeed Life. "Most of them were so scared of the repercussions they might face if Supreme found out they resell."
Oberg's aim? "I wanted to just give them a chance to tell their side of the story and break the stigma they currently face. They're not bad guys, like we said, it's a business just like any other. They're young and they're making money and they've just so happened to find a cool way to do it."