Obviously, you can tell Lil NasX at least when it comes to his “satanic shoes”.
U.S. District Court Judge Eric Komitee granted Nike a temporary injunction on Wednesday.
According to court documents obtained by the “Hollywood Report”, this is intended to prevent the US art group MSCHF Product Studio from selling “Satan shoes” based on Nike Air Max 97.
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The controversial shoe is a collaboration with the 21-year-old rapper, MSCHF and Lil Nas X promoted the shoe through social media on Monday, March 29.
MSCHF decorated the shoes with prints marked “1
Nike filed a four-part complaint against MSCHF on Monday, including trademark infringement, false origin and unfair competition, trademark dilution, and common law trademark infringement and unfair competition. According to the documents uploaded by the Fashion Law, Lil Nas X was not designated as a defendant in the lawsuit.
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In a statement sent to Fox News on Thursday, MSCHF claimed that the creation of Satan shoes is a kind of artistic commentary, just like the Jesus shoes filled with holy water first launched in 2019.
MSCHF’s statement read: “More than a year ago, we released Jesus shoes. As an expressive speculative artwork, Jesus shoes integrate celebrity collaboration culture and brand worship with religious worship and become a limited edition art. “Satan Shoes, which was released in collaboration with Lil Nas X last week, is no different. Satan Shoes had a conversation while still living in its space. It is a work of art for people to observe, speculate, buy and own. “Here is only with The doctrine is related: Who is Nike to censor one but not the other? “
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According to the “Hollywood Report”, Nike’s lawyers reportedly argued that MSCHF’s Satan Shoes is harming the sports footwear giant brand and causing confusion among customers who think it is an original Nike product.
At the same time, MSCHF’s lawyers submitted a letter on Wednesday against Nike’s application for a temporary restraining order. According to defense attorney Megan K. Kannigan (Megan K. Kannigan), the art group believes that it is clear that Satan Shoes is a collaboration with Lil Nas X, not Nike.
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The letter stated before explaining: “The damage related to Satan’s shoes will not be immediately or immediately threatened. Only one pair of shoes has been sold and shipped.”
The last shoes were taken as a giveaway, but according to reports, MSCHF was put on hold due to the current lawsuit. The letter explained that MSCHF will no longer produce other Satanic shoes.
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Representatives of Lil Nas X and Nike did not immediately respond to Fox News’ requests for comment.
The release of MSCHF’s Satan Shoes coincided with Lil Nas X’s music video “Montero (Call me by your name)”, which was released on Friday, showing the rapper dancing with the devil and winning the title. In the explanatory video Lil Nas X provided to Genius, the young painter said that “Montero” was partly about his attraction to men and the dark temptations of Hollywood.
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Lil Nas X’s latest song is two years after the successful release of the Billboard hit single “Old Town Road”.