Lil Nas X‘s “Satan Shoes” likely won’t be on the feet of any of his fans soon, because Nike got a judge to shut down the selling of the controversial footwear … at least temporarily.
The court granted Nike’s request Thursday for a temporary restraining order against MSCHF — the company producing the shoe inspired by the rapper — which blocks it from fulfilling any orders.
As we reported … Nike sued MSCHF earlier this week, claiming it has no connection with Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoe and did not authorize the production of it.
Nevertheless, the devilish shoe still reportedly sold out of its 666 pairs produced within minutes Monday … even at the hefty price tag of $1,018.
Due to the restraining order, MSCHF will not be allowed to ship them to customers awaiting the shoe that the creative agency put their blood, sweat and tears in … literally blood!
FYI … judges grant temporary restraining orders of this type when there’s a high probability they will win when there’s a full-blown hearing.