Former Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who is expected to be ranked No. 1 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft, has clarified on social media on a number of social issues. And the release of the rapper’s new shoes encouraged Lawrence to speak his mind once again.
On Sunday, rapper Lil Nass XA unveiled his Nike “Devil Shoes” in collaboration with MSCHF. The shoe is expected to contain 66 cc of red ink and will have a drop of human blood mixed into the sole of the shoe. There will only be 666 pairs available.
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“The line has to be drawn somewhere. Shhh,” Rance wrote on Twitter.
Nike has been called into question as the shoes are from Nike Air Max 97.
A spokesman said in an email to Snoops.com – a fact-checking website – that “Nike has not released or designed these shoes.” MSCHFA announced that the shoes were purchased independently and customized by their own artists.
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Shoes will be released on Monday at 11 p.m.
Lawrence, on the other hand, is preparing for his NFL career.
He underwent successful surgery on his left shoulder in mid-February. Lawrence is expected to make a full recovery, and doctors say he will be 100 percent ready for the training camp, according to the NFL Network.
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Larens just wrapped up his junior season with Clemson. He finished in 2020 with 3,153 passing yards with 24 touchdowns and just five interceptions. The Tigers lost with a 9-0 record at the center of the relay. They made it to the College Football Playoff semifinals in a showdown against Ohio State, but the Buccaneers beat Clemson 49-28, ending Lawrence’s collegiate career.