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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Lil Nas X poses with his custom Satan Shoes - said to contain a drop of human blood. The Old Town Road rapper released his own version of Nike?s classic Air Max ?97 sneakers, featuring the symbol ?x/666,? red ink and a single drop of human blood. The $1,018 USD sneakers / trainers, made in collaboration with the company MSCHF, also have Bible scripture from Luke 10:18 emblazoned on them, referencing Satan?s banishment from heaven. The verse reads: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven." They also feature a bronze pentagram and an inverted cross. But Nike have since made it clear that the shoe is nothing to do with them. ?We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,? Nike said in a statement. ?Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.? The hip-hop star, 21, real name Montero Lamar Hill, took to Twitter to defend the eye-catching shoes. ?Y?all gotta admit& the shoes hard! u cannot sit here and lie," he wrote. The shoes are available via the MSCHF app. They have been launched as a limited-edition "drop" of 666 pairs. Each shoe's air bubble sole contains 60 cubic centimeters (2.03 fluid ounces) of red ink and "one drop" of human blood. A MSCHF spokesperson said the blood had been provided by members of the art collective, adding: "We love to sacrifice for our art." In 2019, the collective released limited edition "Jesus Shoes" - also made from Nike Air Max 97 sneakers - which featured a steel crucifix and "holy water" sourced from the Jordan River. Credit - Courtesy of MSCHF / MEGA. 29 Mar 2021 Pictured: Lil Nas X and the 'Satan Shoes'. Photo credit: Courtesy of MSCHF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 26, 2020 US rapper Lil Nas X performs onstage during the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. - The announcement that the rapper would collaborate with a Brooklyn company to make 666 pairs of "Satan Shoes" -- black Nike Air Max 97s customized to feature a bronze pentagram, a Bible verse referring to Satan's fall and a drop of human blood mixed with red ink in the midsole -- resulted on March 29, 2021 as many great American tales do: with a lawsuit. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY, "Lil Nas X 'Satan Shoe' collab triggers lawsuit from Nike"
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 26, 2020 US rapper Lil Nas X arrives for the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. - The announcement that the rapper would collaborate with a Brooklyn company to make 666 pairs of "Satan Shoes" -- black Nike Air Max 97s customized to feature a bronze pentagram, a Bible verse referring to Satan's fall and a drop of human blood mixed with red ink in the midsole -- resulted on March 29, 2021 as many great American tales do: with a lawsuit. (Photo by VALERIE MACON / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY, "Lil Nas X 'Satan Shoe' collab triggers lawsuit from Nike"