Dennis Rodman called out rapper Travis Scott for allegedly stealing his iconic backward Swoosh design to use on his Air Jordan collab.
“Travis Scott has copied my shoe. I was the first guy to do mine backward when I was playing with the Chicago Bulls. Come on, Travis, give me some credit. You copied my sh-t. This ain’t new, but either way, congratulations,” the NBA legend said.
In the clip, Rodman is holding a pair of Travis’ Air Jordan 1 High OG TS SP Travis Scott. He was referring the 1994 Air Darwins, the first Nike shoe to feature the backwards swoosh.
According to Sneaker News: The Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Olive” boasts the signature over-sized reverse Swoosh logo colored in with the olive green shade, while the upper shares a predominant white leather and black suede build, Hits of red touch on the tongue label, Jumpman insole logo, and Travis Scott insignia on the heels, while the insoles are decorate with a variety of decals reflecting Cactus Jack motifs. The midsoles are tinged with an aged sail/yellow hue, with dark olive green outsoles finishing out the look.