Kendrick Lamar Reveals New Nike Cortez Collab Trainer

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Kendrick Lamar has revealed a new collaborative trainer with Nike, and it’s dividing opinion.

The rapper took to Twitter last night (December 19), sharing a photo of the new take on the classic Nike Cortez sneaker. The red and white colourway comes accompanied by a strip of fabric across the laces which reads “Don’t trip”.

Some fans have expressed their excitement for the release, but others are far less sure, accusing them of being ‘heinous’ and ‘ugly as hell’, as well as looking like ‘bowling shoes’.

Check out a bunch of Twitter reactions to Kendrick Lamar’s new Nike Cortez sneakers below.

Kendrick Lamar teased his new collaboration with Nike, a classic take on the Nike Cortez sneaker, feautring the words “Don’t Trip” printed above the laces.

  1. Grab a first look at Kendrick Lamar’s Nike Cortez collaboration http://snkrne.ws/2oHmbRe 

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  2. .@kendricklamar reveals his first official collaboration with Nike and the shoe is . http://bit.ly/DontTripKendrick 

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  3. DON’T TRIP. CORTEZ KENNY

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  4. The Kung Fu Kenny Nike Cortez are

  5. Copping in .00001 seconds

  6. These tooooo fresh

  7. damn. these are sooooo nice

  8. Nike Cortez be ugly for decades.

  9. ok so i can’t get the kendrick x nike cortez shoes because they look like “bowling shoes”

  10. These the hardest bowling shoes I’ve ever seen

  11. If he wears Nike Cortez he’s taking you on museum dates, watches 90s films, listens to woke rap and occasionally alternative music

  12. Commercial Kenny

  13. those new kendrick lamar nike cortez are heiiiiinous

  14. The Nike Cortez, for the most part, is ugly as hell.

  15. What’s your thoughts on the Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez?
    Cop or drop?
    *This is a mock-up based on the leaked image

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Meanwhile, earlier this week Lamar claimed to have witnessed a UFO when he was younger, but says that “nobody believed me then and [nobody] believes me now”.

The rapper was speaking on Howard Stern’s Sirius XM show when he recalled how he saw something in the sky when he was six years old that looked like “a dart go past”.

“I probably shouldn’t even be talking about it… [but] I’m going to stand my ground,” Kendrick said. “Nobody believed me then and [nobody] believe me now. It’s just something I can’t really describe, because it just sounds like, ‘Okay, you just saw a dart go past.’ That shit don’t make sense… It was just a surreal moment.”

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