Lil Nas X is facing so much backlash for these shoes. He unveiled an unofficial line of Nike “Satan Shoes,” which he launched on Palm Sunday to promote his latest song. an inverted cross on the tongue, a reference to Luke 10:18 from the Bible and a single drop of human blood, according to the official “Satan Shoes” website. Nike quickly pointed out that it didn’t have a hand in the creation. “We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF” (the company behind making the sneakers) in fact, Nike sued MSCHF for trademark infringement in federal court yesterday.