Is Lil Nas X a follower of Satan, and why is Nike promoting Devil worship? Lil Nas X’s Nike shoe Air Max 97’s contain a demonic slogan and real human blood. To make things worse there are only 666 pairs available, which pays homage to the Illuminati Devil worshipping number.
Why Were the MSCHF x Lil Nas X “Satan Shoes” Released?
Lil Nas X teamed up with MSCHF to have the limited edition devil worshipping Nikes released after he dropped his new single Montero. Each of these Air Max 97’s will contain 1 drop of human blood. It’s not clear whose bodily fluids are in them.
What is the Demonic Slogan on Lil Nas X Nike Shoes?
Each Lil Nas X Nike shoe contains a devil worshipping slogan that reads, “Better to reign in hell, then to serve Heaven”. This means he and Nike are openly promoting sin, and telling people his goal is end up in purgatory for eternity.
Why Does Lil Nas X Nike Satan Shoes say “Luke 10:18”?
On the side of each Lil Nas X Nike shoes is the bible verse titled ‘Luke 10:18’. In this passage from the bible it reads, “He replied, I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven”. In essence Lil Nas X is paying homage to the day God banished Satan from Heaven by casting him into his own kingdom, which became “Hell”.
As the bible tells it Satan was once God’s favorite and most beautiful angel. In fact he was the angel of music, which is ironic because many people think most music promotes sin. Due to his position of being God’s favorite Angel, Satan grew too full of himself and in turn wanted to be a God. That’s when he was kicked out as a servant in Heaven, allowing him to rule over purgatory.
Will Lil Nas X and Nike be cancelled for promoting Satanism?
Author: JordanThrilla Staff