2 Chainz Accuses Nike Of Stealing His Cover Art: "I’m Happy I Could Influence You Guys"


2 Chainz is just not too proud of Nike as a result of as he sees it, the corporate is responsible of plagiarism. The rapper whose forthcoming challenge Rap & Go To The League is ready to debut in March, jumped on Instagram to voice his displeasure over the proto-release of a Nike Zoom Fly SP sneaker which bears a powerful resemblance in coloration and theme, to the duvet artwork on his 2017 LP Pretty Girls Like Trap Music – see for your self.

2 Chainz’s handle begins on a gratuitous observe, as he provides due to Nike for the affect the corporate has imparted on his personal private model. But issues get sardonic quick on the halfway mark of the paragraph when 2 Chainz makes non-idiomatic use of the expression “With that being stated” to segue into biting criticism. Seeing 2 Chainz belie into letter type is one thing to behold. 

“I am glad I may affect you guys to make this shoe based mostly off my final album #prettygirlsliketrapmusic ! I met a couple of actually good and funky @nike reps in Charlotte this previous weekend and searching ahead to chatting with somebody quickly about this ! Love Always , Negotiating Toni,” 2 Chainz professes in a mellow tone meant to mitigate his precise resentment.  

2 Chainz did ultimately discover a second to plug his new challenge Rap & Go To The League earlier than signing off fully. In the following Instagram publish (above), the Def Jam artist reminded us all the reality: Pretty Girls Like Trap Music went Platinum, an achievement he has each intention of repeating in future outings.