Nike Settles Lawsuit: Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoes NEVER Seeing Light Of Day!
Nike has made it clear that the disrespectful and blasphemous Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoes won’t see the light of day because Nike settled its lawsuit against the manufacturer of the merch. Continue on for more info about Nike Settles Satan Shoes Lawsuit…
CelebnMusic247.com reports that Nike won the battle to block the controversial kicks by MSCHF.
Nike and MSCHF “Satan Shoes” reached an agreement which was inspired by Lil Nas’ demonic-themed music video for his new song, “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name).” After Nike BLOCKED the sale, MSCHF released a statement, but that meant nothing since they ripped off Nike.
The footwear giant tells us the settlement calls for MSCHF to launch a voluntary recall to buy back all Satan Shoes it’s sold for their original retail prices in order to remove them from circulation.
Remember … MSCHF was hawking the limited-edition kicks for $1,018 a pop, an ode to the bible scripture emblazoned on the side, Luke 10:18, which references Satan’s banishment from heaven. Buyers snatched up all 666 pairs within minutes after last month’s release. The shoes feature an inverted cross, a bronze pentagram, and a drop of human blood.
We previously reported that Nike filed suit against MSCHF last week, after the denied involvement. The giant footwear brand is claiming MSCHF was infringing on its trademarks by selling the altered Air Max 97 without Nike’s authorization. A judge had already granted Nike an injunction to block all future sales of the shoes.
As part of the settlement, Nike says anyone who doesn’t return their Satan Shoes for a full refund will have to contact MSCHF if they encounter a product issue, defect, or health concern.