American rapper and entrepreneur Travis Scott is under fire after NBA legendary superstar Dennis Rodman hinted that Travis might have copied his sneakers design.
Dennis Rodman criticized Travis Scott's ability to invent new fashion trends, claiming that the renowned rapper stole the design of his iconic sneakers.
As the NBA champion pointed out that his high-top sneakers invented the reverse Nike Swoosh logo before Travis' model hit the market, Dennis went after Travis at the most recent Got Sole shoe convention in Chicago
The Worm's Nike Air Darwin sneaker was released in 1994, just before he began playing for the Bulls and Michael Jordan. In 2019, Travis teamed up with Jordan Brand to release his well-liked mocha-colored AJ1 Retro High OG sneakers.
Dennis stated he merely wants his credit for coming up with the idea first and that he didn't appear to like Travis' sneakers.
Travis has other Nike collaborations that display the reverse Swoosh, so it appears that Dennis will need to bring his concerns up with the company if he wants anything done about it!
Donald did In a video clip posted by HipHopDX, the former Chicago Bulls player begged Scott to give him credit for his original design while holding up a pair of his 2019 Air Jordan 1 collaborations.
In the video, he called out Travis Scott, a father of two who just applied to legally change his son's name with his baby's mother, 25-year-old Kylie Jenner.
'Travis Scott has copied my shoe, Come on, Travis. Give me some credit, you know?' Said, Dennis.
The Astroworld hitmaker has not yet responded to Rodman's claims.
The sneakers did not bear Dennis's name, however, many considered it to be his signature that he sported during his first two seasons with the Spurs.
Since the clip was released, the record producer has not responded or released a statement.