Lil Nas X and GOP Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota got into a Twitter battle about his Satan-themed shoe range made with human blood

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Lil Nas X in the press room during the 2019 MTV Video Music Grants at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on August 26, 2019. JOHANNES EISELE/AFP by means of Getty Pictures 

Lil Nas X got in a Twitter spat with Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota over his tennis shoe range. 

The mentors are Satan-themed and contain a drop of human blood. 

After Noem said the shoes showed America was fighting for its spirit, the rapper answered "do ur work."

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Lil Nas X hit back against Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota after the conservative seized on his Satan-themed tennis shoe reach to contend that America was occupied with a fight for its spirit. 

The rapper declared over the course of the end of the week that he was delivering the coaches in a joint effort with configuration organization MSCHF. Every one of the 666 sets marked down is said to contain a solitary drop of human blood. 

They were delivered as a connection with the rapper's new single "Montero," the video for which shows the rapper sliding into damnation and shaft moving for the fallen angel. 

In a tweet Sunday, Noem composed that the coaches were an image of America's otherworldly ruin.


Lil Nas X holds one of his unofficial Nike 'Satan Shoes.'

Lil Nas X holds one of his informal Nike 'Satan Shoes.' 

Rapper Lil Nas X is getting hellfire via online media subsequent to divulging his informal line of Nike "Satan Shoes," which he dispatched on Palm Sunday to advance his most recent tune. 

The debris hued kicks include a bronze pentagram beguile, an upset cross on the tongue, a reference to Luke 10:18 from the Book of scriptures and a solitary drop of human blood, as indicated by the authority "Satan Shoes" site. The shoes are numbered one through 666 and were recorded at $1,018, in another gesture to the section from Luke. 

"I watched Satan tumble from paradise like lightning," a piece of the section says.