We all know that Kanye West can be a big braggart. On Tuesday (March 22), the rapper jumped on his Twitter account to gloat about the success of his The Life of Pablo pop-up shop in New York last weekend.

According to Yeezy, his store raked in over $1 million worth of clothing in a couple of days. He tweeted:

While there hasn't been any official receipts to confirm West's claims, it's probably not too far-fetched. According to HipHopDX, police had to shut down an entire block so people can purchase expensive wares related to TLOP, including jackets, hats and T-shirts.

For resellers, the Pablo pop-up shop was a come-up. One person was willing to pay $700 for a $350 bomber jacket and it wasn't even rung up yet.

The last time Kanye West opened up a pop-up shops was in 2012 to promote his 2013 album, Yeezus. And the G.O.O.D. Music honcho wasn't done reveling about his Pablo pop-up shop. He tweeted:

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