Rapper Lil nas x set to release the Satan shoes
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Lil Nas X set to release limited edition “Satan Shoes” that are reportedly filled with 66cc of red ink and “one drop of human blood. The Satan shoes are Launching on March 29th for $1,080.

Satan Shoes by Lil Nas X
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Lil Nas X is dropping a shoe to match his latest controversial music video “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name).”

Someone sold their sole to the devil.

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On the heels of his controversial “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)” music video, Lil Nas X is doubling down on the demonic imagery with new Nike release, “Satan Shoes.”

The classic Air Max ’97’s have been revamped by collaborators MSCHF with the underworld in mind, coming in a limited edition stock of 666 pairs, each individually numbered “x/666” in red embroidery. The kicks will also contain 66 CCs of red ink, as well as one drop of human blood.

Bible scripture Luke 10:18 is also emblazoned on the side. The passage references Satan’s banishment from heaven. There are also upside-down crosses and a pentagram attached to the shoe laces, as well as printed on it’s sole.

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MSCHF also designed a comparable “Jesus Shoe” — featuring the son of God upon a crucifix — back in 2019.

Lil Nas X’s latest song and visual is said to have inspired the latest shoe’s design. The video for “MONTERO” features the 21-year-old descending into hell via a stripper pole, where he proceeds to show Satan his best moves during a lap dance.

The MSCHF x Lil Nas Air Max 97 “Satan Shoes” drop Monday, March 29, and are going for $1,018, Modern-Notoriety reports.

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Lil Nas X’s Nike Air Max ’97 “Satan Shoes” x MSCHF leaves Twitter scandalized

Just a day after his Montero “Call Me By Your Name” music video took the internet by storm, Montero Lamar Hill, aka Lil Nas X, found himself on the Twitter trending page yet again, after his latest collaboration with retail start-up MSCHF surfaced online.

A limited edition collab, the Nike-style shoes have been modeled on the lines of the popular Air Max ‘ 97 and are priced at a steep $1,018.

If the association with Satan wasn’t already established enough, what’s interesting to note is that there are reportedly 666 pairs that have been manufactured, with each pair bearing a message from Luke 10: 18 of The Bible which reads:

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“I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.”

However, the most sinister reveal lies in the soles of the pair, which are reportedly filled with 66cc of red ink and “one drop of human blood”.

In the light of this unconventional collaboration of Satanic shoes, Twitter was soon abuzz with a slew of reactions.

Keeping that in mind, the launch of Lil Nas X’s upcoming “Satan Shoes,” invited a barrage of responses online, with a majority of Twitter users left scandalized at the sheer audacity of his marketing move.

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“Hold up… so Nike didn’t collab with Curry because he wanted to add bible verses on his shoes.. but Nike collabs with Lil Nas X to make these ugly, satanic ass shoes??” Wrote a Twitter user Alex Delarosa.

“Nike cancelled Betsy Ross shoes but is selling literal satanic shoes. This illustrates a great point, which is that transnational corporations have no loyalty to America. In fact, they root for our society to degenerate as much as possible so that mass consumerism is easier,” another user wrote while sharing the photo of Satanic shoes.

Another user added “We canceled mr potato head but this mf coming out with Satanic shoes? LMAOO.”

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“They call them “Satan shoes”. There’s red ink in them and one drop of human blood. Only 666 customers will be able to buy them. The enemy is clearly showing his real satanic nature. If we keep denying that globalism is the religion of Satan, we will never be able to defeat it,” another person wrote on Twitter.

See more reactions over Lil Nas X and his “Satan shoes“, below:

Fans divided as Lil Nas X gives Satan a lap dance in new video

American rapper Lil Nas X keeps the controversy coming in new music video, “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name).”

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The clip features the 21-year-old “Old Town Road” artist descending into hell via a stripper pole, where he proceeds to show Satan his best moves. While the video’s end finds the rapper breaking the underworld leader’s neck, that wasn’t enough to quiet viewers who took issue with its demonic imagery.

“Maybe it’s the parent in me, but I’m NOT feeling that new Lil Nas X video … Falling angels and giving Satan a lap dance just doesn’t sit right with my soul,” wrote one critic, with another adding, “@LilNasX entering the fire pits of hell then giving Satan a lap dance ?? What is this man, satanic af !! How don’t people see that the music industry is full of demonic & satanic people , this video is clearly a ritual , gay agenda & clear demonic visuals.”

The rapper also, however, found his fair share of supporters.

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“I know ben shapiro is going to lose sleep over a gay black man doing a lap dance on satan, and i’d like to say thank you lil nas for that,” wrote one cheeky supporter. Another shared their own theory on the clip, believing it shouldn’t be taken at face value.

Lil Nas X gives Satan a show in new video, ‘Montero.’
Image credit: Lil Nas X YouTube

“His descent into hell on a stripper pole while donned in stilettos represents Lil Nas embracing all of who he is & deciding to face his personal demons,” one fan surmised. “Snapping Satan’s neck & taking his horns is representative of Lil Nas shutting out his detractors, embracing who he is & taking control of life.”

The artist himself addressed the controversy Friday, tweeting, “there is a mass shooting every week that our government does nothing to stop. me sliding down a cgi pole isn’t what’s destroying society.”

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About Lil Nas X

Montero Lamar Hill, known as Lil Nas X, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and internet personality. He born on April 9, 1999 (age 21 years), Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States.

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