Court approves Nike’s temporary restraining order against Lil Nas X-inspired ‘Satan Shoes’

Hell no! Nike won the battle but maybe not the war against the devil. A U.S. District Court has approved the sneaker giant’s request for a temporary restraining order against MSCHF for selling Lil Nas X’s “Satan Shoes.” The order mandates that the Brooklyn-based creative agency should not fulfill any orders. But the horse may already be out the gate. On Monday, 666 pairs of the devilish kicks reportedly sold out within a minute, at the hefty price tag of $1,018. Inspired and endorsed by the record-breaking, Grammy Award winning hip-hop star – on the heels of the release of his controversial “M…

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