Rapper Lil Nass X offers a joke apology to those who are annoyed with his devil shoes taking new on the recall.
The video, titled “Lil Nass X Apologizes” posted on YouTube, begins with the singer, who is manually created by a company called MSCHF, which plays a pentagram medal and a drop of human blood.
“I see everyone talking about these shoes and I want to say …”
The clip cuts a scene for one of the songs in his new music video, “Montero (call me by your name)”, in which he gives the devil an open dance. After that, he kills the devil, takes his horns and puts him on his own head.
If that troll isn’t enough, Lil Nass X added another “sorry” to the comments, which actually links to the full video for the song.
Devil’s Shoes is a limited edition of 666 pairs and features red ink in air bubbles and a drop of human blood in each, which the company said was “sacrificed” by New York Times employees. Each also has a pentagram medallion with Luke 10:18 written next to it, a reference to a Bible verse:
“And he said unto them, I saw Satan having lightnings from heaven. “
Devil Shoes also comes with a positive impurity price of $ 1,018 / pair.
From South Dakota Governor Christy Noime (R) to Evangelical Ecclesiastes, right-handers followed the rapper:
Some even tried to cancel Nike with boycott calls despite the fact that the company had nothing to do with the shoes.
“We have no affiliation with Nano Nass X or MSCHF,” Nike said in a statement quoted by the Christian Broadcasting Network. “Nike has not designed or released these shoes and we do not endorse them.”
MSCHF, for the record, previously released Jesus Shoes, a white kick with Holy Water, which is currently on sale, according to the website.
Lil Nass X, whose real name is Montero Lamar, released a video on his new song last week with an emotionally open letter to his 14-year-old self.
He wrote: “I wrote a song with our name on it.
The video has since been viewed nearly 300 million times.
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