Well, it seems like Lil Nas X and MSCHF were promoting some kicks for nothing. Well, they did the a lot of attention over their Satan shoes, but when Nike got wind of the shoes, Nike wasn't happy. Of course, the company denied having any involvement with the shoe that allegedly contained a drop of human blood in the sole. MSCHF produced the custom shoes that were inspired by Lil Nas' song and video, "Montero (Call Me By Your Name." Nike then hit the company, MSCHF with a lawsuit and wanted a judge to force them to stop selling the shoes, which, went for about $1000. TMZ reports Nike settled its lawsuit against the company by blocking the sale of the shoes. The settlement includes having MSCHF to launch a voluntary recall to buy back all 666 Satan Shoes it's sold for their original retail prices in order to remove them from circulation. Nike says anyone who doesn't return their Satan Shoes for a full refund will have to contact MSCHF if they encounter a product issue, defect or health concern. But you know there will be someone who will keep the shoes!