Lil Nas XThe Jackson judge may temporarily shut down sales of controversial footwear…at least temporarily.
Nike approved a temporary injunction from Nike on Thursday, banning MSCHF (shoemakers are inspired by rappers to produce), which prevents it from fulfilling any orders.
As we reported… Nike sues MSCHF Earlier this week, it claimed that it has nothing to do with Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoe, and it is not authorized to produce it.
Despite this, according to reports, this devilish shoe sold out of its 666 pairs within a few minutes on Monday, even if the price was as high as $1,018.
Due to the restriction order, MSCHF is not allowed to ship it to customers, waiting for the shoes to wait for the creative agency to put their blood, sweat and tears into it. Literally blood!
For reference only… the judge will grant such a temporary restraining order when there is a high probability of success in the case of a sufficient hearing.