Nike distanced themselves from rapper Lil Nas X’s ‘Satan Shoe’ yesterday with a statement saying they did not produce the shoe. Now, they’ve gone one step further and sued the company that took Nike shoes and customized them to be the ‘Satan Shoes’ with a drop of blood in the sole. They are suing MSCHF for copyright infringement and dilution.
MSCHF’s co-founder was asked last week about the legality of selling the custom shoe saying it is “totally legal”…
Talked to MSCHF last week before they unveiled the Nike Satan sneaker customs and asked them about the legality of selling them. This is what MSCHF co-founder Daniel Greenberg said then: pic.twitter.com/autTIlkYYZ
— brendandunne (@brendandunne) March 29, 2021
Nike is suing MSCHF for copyright infringement and dilution:
— SAINT (@saint) March 29, 2021
The shoe was priced at over one thousand dollars and sold out in just under one minute;
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