Lil Nas X Is Owning Everyone Who’s Mad About His ‘Satan’ Sneakers

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Lil Nas X is 100% not right here for pearl-clutchers coming at him over his “Satan Shoes”

Rapper and singer Lil Nas X lately launched a pair of “Satan Shoes,” which is a part of a collaboration with New York-based artwork collective MSCHF. Dozens of individuals spoke out in protest over the sneakers on social media and his comeback sport was each sharp and hilarious.

The $1,018 sneakers, which characteristic a bronze pentagram, an inverted cross, and a drop of actual human blood within the shoe’s air bubble had been made utilizing 666 pairs of Nike Air Max 97s, although Nike shouldn’t be affiliated with the brand new design in any manner. “We do not have a relationship with Lil Nas or MSCHF,” the corporate advised CNN. “Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.”

Lil Nas X didn’t come to play when it got here to his clap-backs for individuals who have an issue with the sneakers.

People fast to sentence the sneakers, together with South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, who tweeted partially, “We are in a fight for the soul of our nation. We need to fight hard. And we need to fight smart. We have to win.” Dramatic a lot?

Kent State gun lady Kaitlyn Bennett (who’s most remembered for shitting herself at a university get together) obtained into fairly the, um, change with the rapper.

The rapper additionally posted a video to his official YouTube account titled “Lil Nas X Apologizes for Satan Shoe,” which appears to be like like he’s about to apologize however it shortly cuts to his new music video, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” exhibiting him dressed provocatively, pole dancing, and giving Satan a lap dance earlier than snapping his neck.

The rapper wasn’t completed but.

Others like pastor Mark Burns, who has appeared as a commentator on CNN and Fox News, tweeted partially, “This is evil and heresy and I pray that Christians rise up against this.”

Grammy Award-winning Christian singer Kaya Jones tweeted, “I told y’all what was up a long time ago! You are ready for what we are facing. Better start reading your Bible!”

The singer responded in type with a mock-up for the anti-Satan sneaker crowd.

Not solely did Lil Nas X proceed to personal individuals on Twitter, he also responded to those that stated he’s a job mannequin to kids after so many children liked “Old Town Road,” saying, “i made the decision to create the music video. i am an adult. i am not gonna spend my entire career trying to cater to your children. that is your job.” He additionally had harsh (however truthful) phrases for individuals who consider his music video, the sneakers, or the truth that he’s unapologetically, brazenly homosexual imply the world is ending.

Whatever your ideas on the shoe collab or his music video, can all of us agree his Twitter sport is stable gold?

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