- Aug 7, 2002
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He's probably doing this to appear edgy and a bit dangerous.
"Nonentity gets cheap publicity."
"Nonentity sued by huge entity: gets more publicity."
"Nonentity makes grovelling apology: gets more publicity."
"Nonentity invited to appear on numerous chat shows to repeat apology; uses opportunity to publicise his next venture."
Rinse and repeat.
https://www.businessinsider.com/nike-lil-nas-x-satan-blood-shoe-mschf-lawsuit-2021-3Nike is suing the maker of Lil Nas X's blood shoe, alleging it has 'suffered significant harm' — including complaints from customers who 'believe that Nike is endorsing satanism'
I'm sure Nike has good lawyers, but have they considered the quality of Satan's legal team?