‘Satan Shoes’ from Nike Contain Human Blood – Entertainment Industry Gets Worse
Just when you thought the past couple of years couldn’t have revealed anymore evil in the world, Hollywood and the entertainment industry are continuing to show their hand in helping to usher it in.
Upon the release of rapper Lil Nas X’s controversial music video for his song “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” he is introducing a line of shoes. Lil Nas X, who gives an actor portraying Satan in the music video a lap dance, collaborated with Nike and MSCHF, to produce shoes that contain a plethora of satanic imagery and innuendos.
Lil Nas X gives Satan a lap dance in new video, ‘Montero.’
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Nike’s classic Air Max ‘97s are being used for the limited-edition shoes and only 666 of them will be available for purchase. Each is numbered “x/666” in red embroidery. What’s equally as disturbing is that the shoes will contain 66CCs of red ink as well as a drop of human blood in the air bubble reservoir near the soles.
The Bible scripture Luke 10:18 is extolled on the side of the shoes, in reference to Satan’s expulsion from Heaven. Additionally, there’s upside-down crosses and pentagrams attached to the shoelaces as well as printed on the soles. The shoes began selling today and are going for $1,018 per pair.
We all knew Nike was a corporate disaster starting with its dumb decision to feature and praise ex-NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick in a series of advertising campaigns. These campaigns came in the wake of his kneeling protests during the national anthem a few years ago, but the new ‘Satan Shoes’ take the company’s stupidity to a whole new level.
Various Hollywood stars and musical artists have long been known to promote some disturbing behavior, whether explicitly satanic in nature or not, but releasing shoes at the heels of a music video (no pun intended), both of which endorse Satan especially to a younger and more corruptible audience is the Devil himself getting his way. He’s utilizing an industry that can and does corrupt.
We have to sincerely pray about these things and let God help us all.