When hackers a large cache of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s emails to Wikileaks, one name that stood out was that of Killer Mike.

Apparently, Mike became the subject of some campaign staffers following his outspoken support of former presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.

“I guess Killer Mike didn’t get the message," read an email Podesta received dating back to Feb. 21. The email followed Mike's very vocal support of Sanders and criticism of Clinton.

But the attention has been all good for Mike. So good, in fact, that yesterday (Oct. 28) he released t-shirts and hoodies featuring the hacked Clinton email message. The "I Don't Check Messages" apparel is available here, with hoodies priced at $65.00 while the t-shirts are $28.00.

In addition to releasing the comical apparel, Mike is gearing up for the anticipated release of his third Run the Jewels project with El-P, RTJ3, which could be dropping any day now following the release of their lead single, "Talk to Me." 

In the meantime, check out Mike's new hacked email apparel below.

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