Kylie Jenner’s on-and-off-again paramour Travis Scott tends to be a controversial character in the celebrity universe—he’s recently, for instance, been accused of assaulting a sound engineer and of hitting a fan in the head with a cell phone, both of which Scott has denied. Now, the Houston rapper is being called out by Chicago Bulls legend Dennis Rodman over a sneaker design.
Back in 1994, Rodman debuted a pair of white and aqua shoes, the Nike Air Darwins, which had the distinctive design quirk of featuring a backwards version of the brand’s iconic logo. In 2019, Scott collaborated with the brand to release the brown and white AJ1 Retro High OG sneakers, which also happened to feature a backwards Nike swoosh.
In a video from the Got Sole sneaker convention in Chicago this week, Rodman holds up a pair of Scott’s shoes to the camera, pointing out the similarities and claiming his own Air Darwins were the first to carry the logo.