Nike reaches settlement with maker of controversial Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’

The limited edition sneakers made headlines because the rapper claimed to insert a drop of human blood in the shoe.

News 12 Staff

Apr 9, 2021, 12:15 PM

Updated 1,137 days ago

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Nike reached a settlement with MSCHF, the shoe-maker behind the controversial Lil Nas X "Satan Shoes." Nike filed a lawsuit against MSCHF for ripping off its Nike Air Max 97 without a proper partnership. The limited edition sneakers made headlines because the rapper claimed to insert a drop of human blood in the shoe.
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