Nike denies involvement with Lil Nas X 'Satan Shoes' containing human blood

Former NBA player Nick Young has called out “Lil Nas X” for his new song, “Montero.” The song, which features Lil Nas falling from the Garden of Eden to the pits of hell and giving Satan a lap dance, has received much controversy since its release on Friday (March 26th.)

Young took to Twitter to proclaim that he nor his kids will ever play “Old Town Road'' in their home again after the release of the video. He also questioned whether he’d wear Nike’s again after news of Nas’ “Satan Shoes” surfaced. Nas responded with,"They shouldn’t be playing old town road anyway, we streaming call me by your name now,"to which Swaggy P didn’t respond. 

Nike responded to the backlash with a statement that included,"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 shoes will reportedly contain 66 CCs of red ink and 1 drop of human blood in its sole. Other features of the infernal footwear are a pentagram pendant over the laces and “Luke 10:18” written on the side, a Bible verse about Satan’s fall from heaven.

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