Rapper Lil Nas X unveiled a limited edition pair of “Satan shoes” that contain a drop of human blood and a run of 666 shoes.

How much creepier can you get?

The shoes are a collaboration of the custom sneaker brand MSCHF and the price starts at $1,018 a pair. The shoes are Nike Air Max 97.

They are being released at the same time as Lil Nas X’s newest song, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name).

Nike claims they are not associated with the selling of these shoes.

The song features Nas as he dances using a stripper pole on his way down to hell, where he gives Satan a lap dance. Real classy. And this from a rapper who claims kids are his biggest fans.

This is just one more reason to hate rap music… Songs celebrating rape and Satanism are just not for most people.

From The Daily Caller

The timing of the shoe’s release coincides with the release of Nas’s latest video, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” which was released Thursday. The music video shows him dancing on a stripper pole on his way down to hell, as well as giving Satan a lap dance.

The title video “Montero” is a reference to Lil Nas X’s real name, Montero Lamar Hill, according to NBC.

Lil Nas X tweeted on March 25 that the song was dedicated to”14-year old Montero.”

“I wrote a song with our name in it. it’s about a guy I met last summer. I know we promised to never come out publicly, I know we promised never to be “that” type of gay person, I know we promised to die with the secret, but this will open doors for many other queer people to simply exist,” the statement read in part.

I shudder to think that people will go crazy over these shoes and I long for the days when this country had a conscience.




Steven Ahle

Steven is a syndicated columnist for DavidJHarrisJr.com, The Range and other news websites. He is also an author, whose books can be found on Amazon.com. All enjoy a 5 star rating. They are A Walk Through the Willows, Melissa's Song, The Tangled Web, Innocent, The Calculating Corpse and It's All About me.

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  • A nation of insurrectionist slave-trading rebels who committed genocide to take this land was never a country of conscience. We should worry more about the environment and human rights than boogey man fairy tales from a time when people didn’t know what caused clouds to form, tides to roll on the shore, or stars to twinkle. Bronze age nonsense. Grow up, please. Be a better human.

    • You’re one of those people huh? Guess you believe your ancestors were amoebas who decided they wanted to walk on land? You find the Big Bang theory and evolution more believable than a God creating the universe I suppose….

      • Those kind of people? The kind of people who believe in basing opinions on observable, measurable phenomena and scientific discourse that serves to use debate as a yard stick to find the truth of the physical world based on humanity’s ever-changing, ever-progressing pool of collected knowledge and understanding?

        Yeah, I’m that kind of person.

        I don’t believe in fairy tales that can be traced back to ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, with traces of Zoroastrian dualistic cosmology sprinkled through out.

        Just look at the Old Testament for a bit of smut and lulz. You’ll find references to other living gods with magic powers. Moses has a wizards duel with an Egyptian magician who turns a stick into snakes. And then Moses turns his stick into a bigger snake and his stick-snake eats the other stick-snakes. Whaaaaaaaat?

        People are trying to sexually assault angels, turning into salts, eating food that magically appears in on the surface of the desert sand each morning, talking to animals, talking to the dead, talking to witches, talking to demons, talking to the devil, and even god is making side bets with Satan just to test a guys faith by murdering his entire family and cursing him, and all that is happening between having people swallowed by magic fish, making bears eat naughty children, flying people around on floating chariots, commanding devil pigs to jump off cliffs, and dooming fig trees to death for not having enough fruit.

        You can’t be a serious grown-up if you believe all that.

        And even if it’s parabolic, then accept the entire text as a parable set of instructional (but horribly useless) fairy tales kind of like Aesop’s Fables, which predate the bible and are better written.

        I was raised Catholic and Lutheran and Baptist and I’ve seen it all. I’ve seen enough to know the importance of religion as a focal point for human curiosity that came about to explain the world before there was a solid scientific foundation. Humans see patterns in the world around us. It makes us inventive, innovative and imaginative. But it also makes us easily tricked into seeing things that aren’t there: aliens, big foot, the face of jesus in burnt toast or a water stain.

        Sometimes religion can be very useful in galvanizing people to a task. But it’s far too often been used as a cudgel to beat people into submission. I mean… we literally burned people to death because we believed they were magic. LAME!

        If a musician wants to make shoes featuring an imaginary character, so what? If you truly had faith you’d know that Satan has no power over you and that you’re shielded by god’s grace, favor, love and mercy. Your lack of faith has become fear… and that is just as much an abomination unto the lord thy god as eating shellfish, pork, or wearing blended fabrics. LOL.

        But if JC truly died as a zombie blood sacrifice (of whom we consume his literal flesh and blood like cannibals in transfiguration) to forgive us all of sin… then he’d forgive some tacky footwear too.

        And no, I don’t believe amoebas “decided” to walk on land. Amoebas still exist. Once the world was a fiery hellscape covered in unbreathable chemicals and carbon dioxide. Tiny chemophilic organisms thrived, until another tiny organism (the first plant-like beings to absorb UV radiation and carbon dioxide while expelling oxygen) came about and murdered most of everything on the surface of the earth and waters. That forced a physiological arms race of adaptation and mutations that lead to the process we call evolution as creatures struggled to cope with an environment ever-increasingly rich with oxygen. Some came were forced from the depths of the boiling seas in search of survival. But those early predecessors can’t be said to be amoebas. They would have been an evolutionary offshoot of some early multi-cellar organism.

        And yes, I believe in the Big Bang theory. Only it wasn’t so much an explosion as it was a sudden expansion from a singularity of highly condensed matter – possibly from black hole in adjacent to our universe. New science is looking into this. But that expansion could have been the touch of “God” or some higher force. I cannot and dare not say that I have that answer. But I certainly know donkey’s don’t suddenly speak Aramaic or Greek or Latin just to prove a point to me about a magic man’s power.

        But look. I don’t condemn you for your belief. I find myself saying prayers too during moments of sheer panic and helplessness. I don’t want to die and be obliterated. I want to live forever. But that’s the fantasy I struggle with as I harden my resolve for the inevitable.

        I like the good parts of religion, community, togetherness, hopefulness, charity. But not the bad parts. Not the stoning or the beheading or the ostracism… not even over ugly sneakers.

        That’s the kind of person I am.

  • Lol there too worried about banning Elmer Fudd than these severely sick individuals and the companies that support them. Oh well just another company I and everyone I know will never buy Nike again. Its time we make a stand and put business out that support this by not buying from them.

  • My son told me he threw away a Lil Nas X Topps special edition card that I had given to him at Christmas a couple of years ago because he called him a Satanist. At first I was a little upset because I had spent over $20 for the card, then he explained the shoes and showed me a clip of the music video. Now I am proud of my son for doing so. I will also never listen to Lil Nas X. What a sicko.

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