Lil Nas X dropped his highly anticipated new song and video MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) two weeks ago. The video has sparked controversy for its biblical references and Lil Nas X giving satan a lap dance has garnered wide range of reactions on social media.
After the release of video Lil Nas X announced the launch of his own Nike Air Max “Satan Shoes” in partnership with streetwear MSCHF which contains one drop of human blood and also controversial imagery ,price was set for almost $1K.
Nike officials has denied involvement in Lil Nas X’s sneakers saying “We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF. Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.”
Trippie Redd copped the pair of shoes and flexes on Instagram. “Satan Shoes”. “Shout out gang, though,” Trippie added, focusing on his kicks. “Shout out Nas, my ni**a. #1 gang.”