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If you’re famous or an athlete, two things are certain: you’re going to release a fragrance or a pair of sneakers. And lately it’s the latter that every famous person is aiming to release. Although more often than not they completely fail. Need an example? OK, we just need to look at Kanye West’s latest sneakers, the Yeezy Mud Rat 500s.
Kanye’s wife, Kim Kardashian, thought it would be a grand idea to give fans a preview of these kicks, and let’s just say that folks were not a fan of them at all. Let’s first take a look at these sneakers thanks to Kim’s Instagram.
Here’s another look:
Yeezy Mud Rat 500’s pic.twitter.com/T3OVkgWDDR
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) October 19, 2017
And people were quick to tell Kim and Kanye how much they hate these ugly sneakers. Take a look at some of the best and most hilarious responses below.
“Sharp tennis shoes, kiddo” pic.twitter.com/eGSTxQGx13
— Cold Joevember Rain (@joetothemo) November 8, 2017
Hooters yelling cease and desist!! pic.twitter.com/RVCdFSXopu
— dreamiejeanie (@dreamiejeanie) November 8, 2017
If it had an Under Armour logo on them, it would get slammed from now until the end of time. https://t.co/eXCDN1NXHN
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 8, 2017
— Iliza Shlesinger (@iliza) November 8, 2017
— Paul Melchione (@pmelch61) November 9, 2017
These look like the shoes I used to yell at my dad for trying to buy me from Walmart https://t.co/1dDMyD6qPF
— Zach Davenport (@DPort502) November 9, 2017
“These shits look like orthopedic baby sneakers.”
*slaps on Yeezy logo*
“Yo these fire W2C grails” https://t.co/Z7F0Xf9DNS
— Juan Escalante (@nerdwich) November 8, 2017
Look like Costco kicks.
— DfsBasedGod (@DFSbasedgod) November 8, 2017
I’m better off in my signature shoe. pic.twitter.com/F8h6LK2Oxq
— Samuel Gardner III (@SGIII) November 9, 2017
My grandma has a pair of those she wears them after a long ass Sunday service
— King Charles (@MrFamousNobody) November 10, 2017
No price tag on kicks yet but some folks are assuming they may run up to as much as $350.
h/t Huffington Post