Lil Nas X Lashes Out At ‘Crying Nerds’ Who Got His Nike ‘Satan Shoes’ Canceled

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Lil Nas X’s controversial “Satan Shoes” have officially been canceled and he’s not happy about it.

Earlier this week, the rapper who gained viral fame with hit “Old Town Road’ announced the release of custom Air Max 90 “Satan Shoes” filled with demonic imagery and a drop of human blood to commemorate the music video Montero (Call Me By Your Name.)

After receiving intense backlash from the Internet, Nike immediately denounced the shoes, filed a lawsuit, and got them blocked from being sold.

Via TMZ

Lil Nas X’s “Satan Shoes” likely won’t be on the feet of any of his fans soon, because Nike got a judge to shut down the selling of the controversial footwear … at least temporarily.

The court granted Nike’s request Thursday for a temporary restraining order against MSCHF — the company producing the shoe inspired by the rapper — which blocks it from fulfilling any orders.

Nike sued MSCHF earlier this week, claiming it has no connection with Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoe and did not authorize the production of it.

Lil Nas X took to Twitter to lash out against the “crying nerds” who got his “Satan Shoes” canceled.