Lil Nas X, whose audience has traditionally been children, dropped a deeply controversial pair of shoes that rattled the moral backbone of American values.
The rapper announced he was collaborating with MSCHF, a company specializing in mystery boxes.
X announced that there would only be 666 pairs of shoes made, which is a nod to Satan and the shoes will be available for purchase on March 29.
666 is mentioned in the Bible’s book of Revelations as the number of the “Anti-Christ” or “wild beast”.
Each shoe will also contain 60cc red ink in the soles and one drop of HUMAN BLOOD.
Many people find this unsettling, but those that understand what Lil Nas X is nodding to here know this is even more sinister than it sounds.
In the Bible, Baal and Moloch, which can be interpreted as iterations of the devil, are often worshiped in rituals involving “blood magic” or sacrificing humans to this deity.
It is unclear where the human blood originated from.
On the side of the shoe is the text Luke 10:18, which says in the Bible, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.”
The shoes will sell for $1,018 a pop, another symbolic gesture to Luke 10:18.
The shoe drop is clearly a mockery of God and a nod to the devil that Lil Nas X wants to make for shock value or to push his belief in Satan upon the younger public.
After the streetwear account SAINT tweeted about the shoe drop on Twitter, The Satanic Temple was quick to chime in. Read their comment on the tweet below:
Hook us up with a pair fam
— The Church Of Satan (@ChurchofSatan) March 27, 2021
The shoe drop was announced shortly after Lil Nas X released his new demonic music video “Call Me By Your Name”, which featured him giving Satan a lap dance and pole dancing his way to hell…
To divert attention from themselves, Nike quickly clarified that they did not design the shoes, nor do they have any relationship with Lil Nas X.
Nike said in a statement, “We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF… Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.”
The most unsettling aspect is Lil Nas X’s target audience.
Lil Nas X has said on multiple occasions that CHILDREN are his core audience.
X recently released a CHILDRENS BOOK titled C is for Country and appeared on Sesame Street singing with Elmo.
The deranged rapper has made it clear where his intentions now lie and how he intends to influence his ADOLESCENT audience.
Even worse X performed his most famous hit last year in front of an adoring crowd of elementary schoolers singing “Old Town Road.” Watch that concert below:
Trying to be relevant, historically edgy, Miley Cyrus quickly hopped on the public shock wave and posted a picture to her Instagram wearing the new “Satan Shoes.”
The public does not seem too shocked by her social media posts, given her past sexualizing girls and extremely inappropriate performances.
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