Like many people who have seen the shoes created by Lil Nas X — Rachel Bush was not a fan.
“Lil Nas claimed he was for the kids. Hannah Montana was for the kids. The industry knows what they are doing. Look at this crap. Disgusting.”
On Monday, Nike furthered distanced themselves from the rapper by filing a copyright infringement lawsuit against New York-based company MSCHF over its controversial “Satan shoes” collaboration.
The shoes are unofficial designs of Nike’s trademark Air Max 97 design, though the shoe company has said it is not involved with the creation or sale of the shoes.
That news made Bush happy.
“Thank you Nike. A clear statement that this is not ok, and will not be tolerated.”
The shoes, which contain a drop of human blood in the sole, went on sale Monday for $1,018 per pair. There were only 666 pairs created and reportedly sold out in seconds.