Lil Nas X
Interestingly enough the 2019 Jesus Air Max's that MSCHF produced are also included as part of the recalling, but we doubt those will be returned either.
Lil Nas X takes his trolling to another level with his own video game.
While his sneakers have been shelved, all of Lil Nas X’s recent efforts were not in vain. He has landed in the number one position with his new single.
But fear not ladies and gents for Lil Nas X has a brand new "Call Me By Your Name" venture that's sure to please his fan base and best believe the company involved won't be folding to public pressure about their collaboration.
Lil Nas X Exposed Our Own Hypocrisy With “Montero” Video, Y’all Are Just Mad He’s Unapologetically Gay
Lil Nas X wanted to test just how tolerant and welcoming some of y’all really are when it comes to treating people equally. So, the 21-year-old, gay Black man celebrated his sexuality and put our boundaries to the test with his video for “Montero (Call Me By Your Name).”
Interestingly enough MSCHF released some "Jesus" Air Max 97's back in 2019 which featured a cross and holy water in the air bubble, and Nike didn't so much as serve them with a cease and decease order.
Joyner Lucas, Nick Young & More Are BIG MAD Lil Nas X Gave Satan A Lapdance, He Epically Trolls Them In Response
Lil Nas X has all the time in the world to respond to people calling for him to be canceled.
Lil Nas X surely knows how to stir up controversy, intentional or not. The former is the case since the rapper decided to complement his purposely divisive "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" video with a pair of alleged sinful custom Nike sneakers that set Twitter on fire.
We wonder if Billy Ray Cyrus is going to be supportive of this. Tekashi 6ix9ine on the other hand probably got this video on repeat. Just sayin.'
Tekashi 6ix9ine is definitely good at trolling, but he just learned that Lil Nas X is even better at the social media skill.
While 50 Cent did not dress up for Halloween he still made sure to insert himself in the conversation. Lil Nas X’s outfit in particular triggered him the most.
While Microsoft is working at breakneck speed to finalize a deal to purchase TikTok to keep it operating in the United States, some of music's biggest names are rallying to save the social media platform.